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Accelerating Transport to Zero Emissions
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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
This white paper is prepared by Lombard Vehicle Solutions #GetFutureReady
LowCVP report repared for the DEFRA/DfT Joint Air Quality Unit
The final report from the LowCVP's E10 Working Group
An IVL Study with Focus on Current Technology and Batteries for light-duty vehicles
Passenger experiences of modern bus services. LowCVP report commissioned by Greener Journeys.
The results of tests to measure the greenhouse gas and pollutant emission performance of various urban freight delivery vehicles, on behalf of Transport for London.
The results of tests to measure the greenhouse gas and air pollutant emission performance of various gas-powered HGVs, on behalf of Department for Transport.
Case studies showing the range of low emission bus technologies in use throughout the UK
Low emission bus guide: an interactive version
The Low Emission Bus Guide: a comprehensive resource on low emission bus (LEB) technology in operation in the UK today
Draft Clean Air Zone Framework, secondary legislation and impact assessment - October 2016
The UK’s capability to capitalise upon future technology-led research-to-manufacture supply chain opportunities
Harry Quilter-Pinner and Laurie Laybourn-Langton , Institute of Public Policy Research, July 2016
Updated Low Emission Van Guide with new chapter on hydrogen and updates to grants and support
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