zero-emission

14 September 2023 #Truck

Food wholesaler and distributor Reynolds Catering Supplies has begun operating a new zero emission DAF LF Electric on its daily 100-mile multi-drop deliveries around Leeds. The company expects the elimination of tailpipe emissions on its delivery cycle of six hours

25 May 2023 #Truck

Zero emission 4×4 manufacturer Munro Vehicles has revealed its all-electric Mk_1 Pick-Up for operations ranging from mining, construction and utilities to agriculture and defence. With a 220kW motor in Utility and Range variants, the pick-up provides a range of more

25 May 2023 #Bus and Coach

Bus designer and manufacturer Mellor has launched its high-floor zero emission electric bus – designed for operators serving those with specialist care needs such as those with special education needs, the elderly, and people with reduced ability. The Sigma High

20 October 2022 #Van

Automotive and energy developer First Hydrogen has had its first zero emission vans certified for use on British roads by the Vehicle Certification Authority (VCA). The vehicles are now able to undertake customer trials on public roads starting in January

25 February 2021 #Bus and Coach #TNB News

First Bus will begin trials of the new zero-emission bus from Arrival this autumn. The electric buses will operate existing First Bus routes in the UK. The trial is the latest announcement from First Bus, which recently committed to operating

05 March 2020 #Bus and Coach #News #TNB News

Coach operator National Express  Group  has said it will not buy another diesel bus for UK operations as it set out its  vision for a sustainable future. In addition, the company says it will ‘lead the transition’ to zero emission


Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive, said, The UK government’s ambition for all new cars and vans to be zero emission by 2040 is already known. Industry is working with government to ensure that the right consumer incentives, policies, and infrastructure

29 July 2015 #Bus and Coach #News #Top Stories

BYD and Alexander Dennis (ADL) are to provide 51 new electric buses for London. The £19 million deal will see the capital’s first large-scale, zero-emission, single deck bus fleet with Go-Ahead London. The single largest fleet of full size electric

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