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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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Government’s Comprehensive Spending Review: ADBA’s response

ABDA recently responded to HM Treasury’s Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR). Carried out once every three years, the review presents an opportunity for representative bodies to propose new or improved policies capable of delivering the government’s various targets. These policy suggestions…

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RTFO buy-out price increase to 50p/litre confirmed

This week, the Department for Transport (DfT) confirmed that it will increase the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation’s (RTFO) buy-out price from 30p/litre to 50p/litre, to help protect the scheme’s annual carbon savings and support producers of biomethane and other low carbon fuels.…

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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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Are you ready for Brexit?

As we approach the new deadline for Britain leaving the EU, we as an industry need to make sure that we are prepared for whatever happens next. We have an opportunity now to tell government what is needed to ensure…

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MEMBER BLOG: Biogas: A safe, sustainable and economical solution to decarbonise fleets

Over recent months, the escalating national debate and publication of alarming scientific research has shown that the air quality of many of our cities is now at dangerous levels. An increasing number of public sector organisations and private companies are decarbonising their operations to tackle this challenge, and as a result, biogas is looking set to play a major role in the transport sector over the next few decades. But what is biogas and how sustainable is it? And, why are so many fleet operators opting for this fuel type today?
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