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A trial is under way on London's EV charging network, looking at how the charging grid can cope with large numbers of users.
The Chinese car manufacturer Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co. has acquired Emerald Automotive, a UK electric vehicle startup, it has been announced.
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) has said that reducing transport emissions will require greater vehicle efficiency as well as lower-carbon fuels.
West Lothian Council secured two GreenFleet Awards last year for its innovative work to reduce the environmental impact of its vehicles. We spoke to fleet and community transport manager Joe Drew
Cars running on autogas produce 14 per cent fewer CO2 emissions than petrol cars and 10 per cent fewer than diesel, as well as a significantly less nitrogen oxides.
In a tough economic climate, the logistics industry should view green practices as more than just a marketing, PR or CSR tool and understand the bottom-line value they bring, writes Peter Murphy
GreenFleet speaks to William Martin of FedEx Europe to find out how the corporation is working on solutions for improved fuel efficiency and a reduced carbon footprint
Van fleet operators need to get serious about running a road-worthy van fleet, writes Gordon MacDonald
With the choice of using staff-owned cars, pool cars, short-term rentals, and company cars, it is not always clear what business travel method is best for an organisation.
With CO2 emissions of 94g/km, the Lexus CT 200h is a premium badge car with attractive tax benefits for company car drivers and fleet operators
Roland Rendell relishes the opportunity to put BMW’s range extending variant of the ground-breaking i3 through its paces
Not necessarily the first car to spring to mind when thinking of an economical small hatchback, the Kia Rio doesn’t just shine; it really shows you all it can. Richard Gooding prepares to be dazzled