Fleet Vision International Summer 2023 has been published

Fleet Vision International, Summer 2023, is out now. Read your free copy here. What can you read in this issue? Comment Many operators are now looking at HVO, BioGas and even electric. News Element 2 partners with Radius; Tata gigafactory…

Veolia trial demonstrates significant savings for CO2 emissions from yellow plant

The latest trials on yellow plant by resource management company Veolia have demonstrated the potential to make significant carbon savings of 58% across its fleet of over 660 site-based machines. By working with vehicle manufacturers to optimise vehicle settings, training…

Dunelm switches to gas and electric delivery vehicles

Dunelm, the homewares retailer, has invested in ten new delivery vehicles powered by natural gas (BIO-CNG)and electricity to reduce the carbon footprint of its transport fleet and the business.  More than 50% of Dunelm’s operations (Scope 1) carbon emissions are…

Electra reveals ambitious plans for temperature-controlled BEV with 800km range on a single charge

Electra Commercial Vehicles has won funding from the European Horizon 2022 framework to build a long-haul 40-tonne temperature-controlled drawbar battery electric vehicle as part of the Escalate Project. Escalate is a pan-European 37-member consortium from 13 countries, coordinated by FEV…

Lewes District Council adopts fleet efficiency and safety products from Vision Techniques 

Lewes District Council has commissioned Vision Techniques to install a range of road safety products, including VT Solar and the 3D overview system, across its 40 waste management vehicles.  VT Solar applies ultra-thin solar panels to a vehicle roof, with…

Fleet Vision International – THE SHOW 2023

Fleet Vision International – THE SHOW announces a world-class speaker and exhibitor line-up celebrating the world’s foremost innovations in fleet and emissions reduction technology, including keynote speakers from BP, the John Lewis Partnership, and the City of Seattle.  View the…

World’s first hydrogen-powered digger set to drive on UK roads

The world’s first digger, powered by a hydrogen combustion engine, will soon be on UK roads and building sites following recent government approval, helping to decarbonise the UK’s construction industry. The UK government has given special dispensation, under a vehicle…

Electra’s refrigerated 19-tonne hydrogen truck completes successful zero emissions trial with major UK supermarket Sainsbury’s

Electra’s first refrigerated hydrogen truck has successfully completed a three-month trial with major UK supermarket chain Sainsbury’s. The 19-tonne zero-emission Electra eCargo FCEV truck travelled a typical round trip of 208 miles from Sainsbury’s depot in Sherburn-on-Elmet to Newcastle and…

Fleet Vision International, Autumn 2022 has been published. 

Read the latest issue now. by clicking here. Find out about food waste vehicles and hire, the hydrogen transition, electric vehicles and infrastructure, maintenance, the skills shortage, air quality and emissions reduction, and upcoming events such as OWL North and…

Fleets rack up more costs by drivers running vehicles on underinflated tyres 

ATS Euromaster reports that 12% of the vans and cars it sees under its fleet Mastercare programme run on below-pressure tyres.  The results, says the national tyre and maintenance provider, will increase running costs by 3-10% depending on the degree…