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The DfT has asked the LowCVP to help facilitate a stakeholder survey to find out views of the likely technologies and uptake rates for low carbon trucks which have the potential to cut emissions over the next 20 years. To help inform the modelling of the HGV market, respondents to the survey will be invited to consider technology applicability to different truck operations.
Bentley has announced that it will invest £800m in its British factory to build the company's first sport utility vehicle (SUV). The company intends to use plug-in hybrid technology in the new model, incorporating a battery that can be charged, as well as a fuel tank, to improve fuel-efficiency.
It's been another very busy year in low carbon transport. Whether you've taken part in one of the LowCVP's 12 working group meetings,, attended the Annual Conference, participated in the LowCVP Champions Awards or read one, or more, of the Partnership's twelve monthly newsletters, the Secretariat would like to thank you for being involved and taking part in the drive to cut carbon from road transport.