Zero-emissions HGVs still stuck “at red” says BVRLA

Zero-emissions HGVs still stuck
 

The zero emissions HGV market is “parked at a red light” with no clear plan from government on how it will make the transition to a carbon-free future, BVRLA chief executive Gerry Keaney told the rental and leasing body’s online ‘Fleets in Charge’ conference today.

While the electric van market received a “brakes on at an amber light” rating from the BVRLA, Keaney said HGVs remained his “biggest concern”.

In response Caroline Low, director of environment and future of mobility […][1]


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