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The Department for Transport has given seven local authorities across England an additional £900,000 to support sustainable transport schemes.
As of 1 October, vehicles registered in the UK will no longer need to display a Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) license on the windscreen, the government has announced.
There has been a dramatic rise in the number of used electric and hybrid vehicles being bought by British motorists, according to Experian Automotive.
This year’s GreenFleet Arrive ‘N’ Drive has a host of new informative sessions for fleet managers, as well as the opportunity to test drive the latest ultra-low emission vehicles.
GreenFleet speaks to Commercial Group's environmental strategist Simon Graham regarding their successful and forward-thinking carbon reduction programme in place for its fleet since 2007.
Transport Scotland’s Ewan Swaffield shares the Scottish Government’s efforts towards achieving a de-carbonised road transport sector in the country by 2050.
DHL Supply Chain has released a paper on the commercial use of alternative fuels, and how businesses are finding ways to convert waste in one part of their operation to fuel vehicles in another.
Policy makers in Europe have turned their attention towards lowering CO2 emissions from HGVs, with greater efficiency being the starting point. But what role will alternative fuels play?
Arcadia Group’s fleet and travel manager John Pryor has assumed the role of new ACFO chairman. He shares his thoughts on how the role of fleet manager is evolving.
The all-electric Volkswagen Golf has finally arrived. Promising a blend of qualities for which the German hatchback is known with zero emissions, Richard Gooding sees if the e-Golf delivers
The new Citroën Relay promises higher levels of standard equipment, extended service intervals and more fuel efficient engines as well as lower emissions
With European looks, a well-appointed cabin and a fuel-sipping appetite, the Hyundai i30 no longer plays catch-up with the competition