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Freight Carbon Zero webinar outlines the basics of carbon zero commercial vehicles
Freight Carbon Zero teamed up with Volvo Trucks for its first webinar giving viewers an explanation of the key terms, concepts and technology associated with carbon zero commercial vehicles.
Scania develops hybrid engine for airport fire truck in collaboration with Titan Spezialfahrzeugbau
Scania has developed a hybrid solution in collaboration with chassis manufacturer Titan Spezialfahrzeugbau GmbH, to provide zero-emission drive capabilities for airport fire trucks. The solution combines a diesel-electric power system that reduces emissions and cuts crash site response times, meeting strict aviation industry requirements.
EU provides funding for hydrogen and charging infrastructure across Europe
The European Union (EU) has pledged to provide €189 million to fund the construction of 2,000 new charging points and 63 hydrogen refuelling stations along the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) for cars, trucks and buses. The funding will support 26 projects across 12 EU member states, selected according to the ...
HGVzero23: Logistics giants re-group to promote transition to cleaner fuels
As orginally reported by our sister publication Motor Transport, big names such as Stobart, XPO and Coca-Cola are once again teaming up to launch a cross-industry action group focusing on the decarbonisation of trucks: HGVzero23.
The EU project EMPOWER has begun with the development of two zero emissions trucks
EMPOWER, a European research project, was recently launched. The AIT (Austrian Institute of Technology) will conduct research in a world-class collaboration over the next three years to produce two flexible, modular, and scalable emission-free heavy-duty vehicles weighing 40 tonnes or more. Both trucks are powered by an electric motor. Although ...