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Accelerating Transport to Zero Emissions
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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.
The Clean Vehicle Retrofit Technology Guide aims to provide vehicle operators and local authorities with an understanding of national air quality frameworks for reducing roadside NO2 concentrations.
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.
Interim Report - October 2020
Accessible Data for Decision Making
Smart Charging Technical Requirements
Engaging EV users in smart charging and energy services
A Common Strategic Understanding of the Requirements of the Energy System to Support Mass EV Uptake
LowCVP presents an analysis of the UK coach market in terms of vehicles in service, annual registrations, annual mileage and associated greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions.
Policy options to support the bus industry shift to a zero emission bus fleet
The Low Carbon Fuel Tracking Scheme (LCFTS) aims to provide assurance and traceability of the carbon and sustainability performance of renewable fuels being sold to fleet operators in the UK. It complements DfT's Renewable Fuel Transport Obligation and facilitates evidence of carbon and sustainability for low carbon fuels beyond the point of fuel duty,
A review of well-to-tank GHG emission values and pathways for natural gas, biofuels and hydrogen
The final report of the EV Energy Taskforce Phase One. Published January 2020.
This report focuses on steps to remove actual or potential barriers and reinforce actual or potential enablers. It provides a focus on key issues and states when important questions have to be resolved. The proposals are not just for Government. Success will need collaboration and compromise from all stakeholders, both in the energy and the automotive sectors.
Overview of H2HAUL EU project.
To identify what financial information consumers find most important
To identify consumer preference for presentation of financial information, in particular total cost of ownership
To investigate what incentives consumers would favour with regards to purchasing an electric car
Powered Light Vehicles (PLVs) is the collective term for a range of two, three and four-wheeled vehicles for either passenger or cargo use. Their compact size and light weight ensures optimal use of available road space and as they are predominantly powered by zero and low-emission powertrains they offer an efficient, clean and practical form of personal and commercial mobility.
An early step in plans to develop a robust, representative and cost-effective methodology for measuring the energy consumption and emissions performance of refrigerated commercial vehicles.
The Clean Vehicle Retrofit Technology Guide details the approved retrofit technologies under the Clean Vehicle Retrofit Accreditation Scheme (CVRAS) commissioned by the Joint Air Quality Unit to support the clean up of the exiting vehicle fleet. The Guide covers technologies accredited for bus, coach, truck, refuse collection vehicles, vans and taxis and provides indicative TCO and case studies.
A guide that sets out the business, environmental and operational case for operating low emission vans in a small to medium-sized fleet of commercial vehicles (up to 3.5t GVW).
Prepared by Cenex for LowCVP - June 2015.[Updated March 2019]
Availability and presentation of environmental, performance and running cost information across different powertrains.
Report produced by LowCVP and collaborators interested in promoting L-Category vehicle uptake in the UK.
Interoperability is the ability of a product or system to cooperate with other products or systems to share resources.
The term is suitable for a wide range of uses and this paper explores 19 different types of interoperability within energy sectors.
Helping Local Authorities implement low emission taxi and private hire vehicle schemes.
This report provides the next level of understanding by examining how life cycle CO2e emissions vary by vehicle
type, powertrain architecture and fuel
Results are primarily based on a broad literature review and critique of existing automotive LCA material to
provide insight into current industry understanding of life cycle CO2e emissions for low carbon vehicles.
LowCVP members contributed to this literature review by providing re
This 2015 guide provides an impartial summary of the current options for EV charging, their suitability in different scenarios, interoperability and standards, all within the context of the wider energy infrastructure and the future need for smart charging.
A brief guide to managed Electric Vehicle home charging and protecting the local electricity networks.
SMMT's New Car CO2 Report
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For the past 18 years we've played a pivotal role successfully delivering the UK's low emission transport targets.
But the growing climate emergency means low is no longer enough.
Now, embracing a wider range of stakeholders to achieve a zero emissions future is what matters.
Today, we are strengthening our commitment to make change happen faster and accelerate transport to zero emissions.
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