Tag : Defra
A new air quality consultation asking for input on new ways to cut air pollution in ‘third-wave’ local authorities’ areas has been criticised by eco experts … Read More »
The Department for Transport has rebuffed rumours that the its forthcoming Road to Zero strategy will mean only plug-in hybrid, electric or hydrogen fuel cell vehicles … Read More »
Defra is replacing more than 400 diesel company cars with Toyota Auris Hybrid models in line with plans to switch to cleaner vehicles across its fleet.
The majority of the UK is still in breach of European Union legislation some 18 months after the Supreme Court ordered ministers to tackle air pollution.
This week’s top fleet industry stories…
As the UK government sets out its plans to curb air quality issues across the UK, Alex Grant picks out the key points for fleets.
Switching business-critical and high-mileage fleets to EVs and plug-in hybrids would cost fleets more and impact on day-to-day operations.
Long-awaited air quality plans published by the Government have come under fire for passing on responsibility for tackling air pollution to local authorities.
Draft air quality plans, which could include anti-diesel measures for clean air zones, are to be published by the Government by 9 May after it confirmed … Read More »
The Government’s bid to delay publication of its air quality plans until after the General Election has failed.
The Government is looking at introducing a scrappage scheme for diesel cars, which could launch within months if given the green light.
Concerns are mounting that diesel drivers could face fines to enter city centres as the High Court rules the Government’s clean air strategy does not meet legal … Read More »