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Low emission guide for van fleets

Oct 05, 2016

The UK Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership and Cenex have updated their Low Emission Van Guide and accompanying Van Cost and Carbon Calculator (VC3) to provide fleet managers and policy makers with the very latest data on how to make cost and CO2 emissions savings.

The Low Emission Van Guide is aimed at operators of small to medium-sized fleets of commercial vehicles (up to 3.5t gross vehicle weight). It has been updated to include user-defined payload data, bio-fuel blends, and more.

Steve Carroll, Senior Technical Specialist at Cenex, said: “The current month-on-month growth in UK van registrations is good news for the motor industry, but this means UK van parc CO2 emissions are also on the rise. As some UK cities are looking to set up clean air zones by 2020 by imposing charges on polluting vehicles, it is an ideal time to inform van owners of their alternative options to diesel. The Low Emission Van Guide and web tool make essential reading for operators who want an understanding of the key low emission van options available.”

Gloria Esposito, Head of Projects at the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, added: “The updated Low Emission Van Guide clearly demonstrates the business, environmental and operational case for using low emission commercial vehicles. Fleet managers can access case studies showing the cost savings achievable through the use of low emission fuels and technologies, and access information on the low emission van market, government policy, infrastructure and assistance.” 

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