In the Autumn Budget and Spending Review, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a new exemption for green technologies to support decarbonisation of non-domestic buildings.
The UK faces a shortfall of nearly 250,000 electric vehicle chargepoints by 2032 if the current rate of growth is maintained, new research has claimed.
Charging infrastructure is critical to achieving net zero transport, the Department for Transport (DfT) has said in its Transport Decarbonisation Plan.
The long-awaited Transport Decarbonisation Plan is to be published today (14 July), with key focuses being smart charging and phasing out the sale of petrol and diesel heavy goods vehicles (HGVs).
The CBI is calling on the government to “step up” and release concrete strategies for transport and heat after a lack of detail in the Ten Point Plan.
LowCVP has rebranded as the Zemo Partnership to reflect the need for UK road transport emissions to fall to zero by 2050.
Emissions reductions 'need to start being delivered', DfT says as it outlines decarbonisation priorities
The government has outlined its priorities for its Transport Decarbonisation Plan, slated for publication in Autumn 2020.