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This infographic details the data requirements needed for clarity of user-targeted information from battery electric van manufacturers. It is based on the findings of Zemo Partnership’s Clarity in Van Information Report.
This report describes the results of Zemo Partnership and its Commercial Vehicle Working Group’s research assessing the clarity and fitness for purpose of user-targeted information from van manufacturers.
Appendix 1 accompanies Zemo’s Renewable Fuel Guide 2023 and specifically relates to the use of higher blends of biodiesel and renewable diesel in HGVs.
This guide assists HGV operators on their journey to net zero. It gives them an understanding of the low carbon fuel options available today, with a focus on biodiesel, renewable diesel, biomethane and bio-propane, for use in commercial vehicles.
In response to the DfT’s final consultation on the Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) mandate and the CO2 emissions regulations, the following views of Zemo Partnership members have been gathered and collated by the Secretariat for submission. The following document presents the points of agreement, disagreement and sometimes varied views of Zemo Partnership’s
members; offering an overview of the perspectives of different stakeholders across a significant part of the tr
Proposals for a UK Renewable Diesel Incentive - a Zemo Partnership study
Taskforce report identifies five key conditions to meets consumer needs, drive EV uptake and provide optimal chargepoint placement
In the past year we’ve successfully delivered over 50 initiatives, all with one ultimate aim: to accelerate transport to zero emissions.
An in-depth Zemo study for Scottish Enterprise and Transport Scotland, supporting Scotland’s vision for net zero transport emissions by 2045.
Zemo's response to the DfT consultation on "Ending the sale of new, non-zero emission buses, coaches and minibuses"
Zemo Partnership's response to the DfT Low Carbon Fuels Strategy: Call For Ideas. Engagement has been made with Zemo’s Fuels Working in formulating this response.
This study examined opportunities for high-blend renewable fuels (HBRF) to decarbonise HDVs – HGVs, buses, and coaches over the next decade and beyond. The renewable fuels covered were biodiesel, hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) & biomethane, considering blends of <20% renewable content.
A Joint Action Plan for Government and Industry.
From the British Ports Association, authored by Zemo Partnership's Head of Sustainability, Gloria Esposito.
New study highlighting the lifetime GHG emission advantages of L-category vehicles
Commercial fleets play a pivotal role within the UK economy and could lead our electric vehicle revolution. However, whilst many UK operators have ambitious targets to electrify by 2030, the perceived lack of an adequate charging infrastructure is often cited as a key barrier to the large scale rollout of electrified fleets.
This Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce report provides valuable insight into industries’ opinion of the current EV charging options and, crucially, their vie
Zemo study for Transport Scotland assessing the pollutant and greenhouse gas emissions of diesel-powered HGV refrigeration units and their environmental impact across Scotland.
Executive Summary of New in-depth Zemo study highlighting the future role hydrogen can play.
A New in-depth Zemo study highlighting the role hydrogen can play in our net zero emission transport future.
RTFO Consultation Response Form for Fuels Working Group
The guide gives fleet operators an overview of the range of low carbon, sustainable fuels available in the UK, focussing on high blend biofuels for use in CVs. It demonstrates the business & environmental case for adopting high blend biofuels, featuring a series of fleet operator case studies.
A guide to help operators to understand the national air quality frameworks and retrofit technologies available to achieve them.
EY report on the cost of EV buses in Scotland
Final report to disseminate the results of the £32m Low Emission Freight Trials (LEFT) which took place from 2017-20
First report by the Transport Energy Network (TEN) suggests there is no "single bullet" solution for decarbonising transport and warns against "over-reliance" of any one technology, urging policy-makers and industry to develop a portfolio of power options to meet 2050 targets.
Supergen Bioenergy Hub and Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership Collaboration Project Report
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