Have your say – and help us decarbonise the UK transport refrigeration sector

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Sat 22 July 2023 View all news

Zemo Partnership is working with the Department for Transport, the newly formed Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, the University of Birmingham, and the Transport, Industrial and Commercial Refrigeration (TICR) Project to conduct vital research into emissions from refrigerated transport – and we'd like your help, by completing our survey. 

There’s currently very little data on the impact refrigerated road transport has on the UK’s emissions. This survey, with your input, will provide us with the vital information needed to formulate future policies, incentives and strategies to radically decarbonise the sector.

By working together, we can accelerate transport to zero emissions and deliver government’s commitment to net-zero emissions by 2050.

The survey will take approximately 15 minutes. Please gather information on relevant fleet and sales data of different types of vehicles in your company beforehand.

Please complete just one of the following four survey options below, depending upon your business type. We would be grateful if you are able to complete the survey by the end of September.

Transport Refrigeration Emission survey - for Refrigerated Transport Company including supermarkets

Transport Refrigeration Emission survey - for Rental, lease or finance company

Transport Refrigeration Emission survey - for TRU Original Equipment Manufacturer

Transport Refrigeration Survey - for Body Builder

All survey data will be kept confidential, following all General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules, and will only be used for the purpose of the two funded projects from TICR and Zemo. The surveys have been approved by the University of Birmingham’s ethics committee. The data will be pseudonymised and aggregated in any reports or output published from the research projects. Should you need any clarifications, please contact the survey lead Dr Xinfang Wang.

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