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Call to sign joint letter to DfT

ADBA have written a letter to the Department for Transport (DfT) responding to their Transport Decarbonisation Plan and the accompanying consultation ‘Heavy goods vehicles: ending the sale of new non-zero emission models’. If their proposed policies are passed, the sale…

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DfT respond to key RTFO consultation

  The Department for Transport (DfT) have responded to their consultation released back in March: “Amending the Renewable Transport Fuels Obligation (RTFO) to increase carbon savings on land, air and at sea”. The transport sector now represents the UK’s greatest…

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DfT begins developing the transport decarbonising plan

Last week, ADBA responded to the Department for Transport’s (DfT) consultation “Creating a plan to decarbonise transport: call for ideas”.  For too long, the UK’s transport sector has lagged behind other key sectors in its effort to become net zero.…

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DfT issues Road to Zero Strategy

The Department for Transport (DfT) has today launched the Road to Zero Strategy which promises a massive expansion of green infrastructure across the country, reducing emissions from the vehicles already on the UK’s roads, and new measures to drive the…

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Cleanest HGVs will pay less to use UK roads

Department for Transport has today announced a change to the Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) levy for hauliers running cleaner lorries, as part of efforts to improve air quality across the UK. The changes to the levy seek to encourage hauliers to…

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ADBA set out how to incentivise cleaner fuels for transport

The Department for Transport (DfT) has issued a consultation on changes to vehicle weights and dimensions to incentivise cleaner fuel technologies. The proposals set out to allow certain vehicles to operate at higher weights to ensure that vehicles with heavier powertrains…

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