HGVs

ScottishPower hydrogen plant at Felixstowe Port could power 1,300 trucks a day from 2026

 
ScottishPower is planning to build a £150m green hydrogen plant at the Port of Felixstowe which will be able to power trucks, trains and ships. The energy company is proposing to develop a 100MW plant at the Suffolk port which will provide up to…

Consortium hails final-mile 5G trial of autonomous Terberg electric HGV a success

 
The trial of an autonomous Terberg electric HGV, designed for final-mile delivery, has been completed successfully, according to the consortium leading the project. The pilot, which took place on the 9 and 10 June, saw a Terberg HGV, retrofitted…

Overhead charging cables the cheapest and most effective way to decarbonise long-haul HGVs, new study finds

 
Powering electric HGVs via overhead charging cables is a much cheaper solution for decarbonising the haulage sector than other methods, according to a mechanical engineer overseeing a government-funded project into the idea. Professor David Cebo…