Technology - 22/October/2020

Electrification of road haulage will be battery driven and is headed for delivery earlier than expected

Decarbonisation of haulage fleets within cities and on highways is reaching a tipping point as technology improves

Decarbonisation of haulage fleets within cities and on highways is reaching a tipping point as technology improves


TRANSPORT WOES
Of all forms of transport, road traffic is not only the largest emitter of greenhouse gases its emissions have been rising steadily since 1990

URBAN ROUTES
Bans on internal combustion engines in city centres will affect delivery vehicles as much as the movement of people

KEY QUOTE
The trend right now is not only electrification of all vehicles but we are probably going to see the pattern take off even more strongly in commercial trucking
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