Vauxhall the ‘UK’s best-selling’ electric LCV manufacturer

It has sold 1,560 e-LCVs this year and is adding hydrogen vans to its range from 2022

Octopus Energy adds Peugeot electric vans to fleet

The energy provider has added 23 electric vans to its fleet for the use of the engineering team

Royal Mail to charge up its fleet with 3,000 more EVs

The plan is part of the company’s ongoing drive to reduce its operational emissions

Sky’s commercial fleet upgraded with plug-in hybrid electric vans

The new vehicles will be used by the broadcaster’s engineers and are claimed to offer a 60% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions

Southampton City Council goes green with Renault electric vans deal

The new zero-emission vehicle will replace existing diesel vans and will be used by a variety of services including waste operations teams

Hyundai and Kia invest €100m in UK electric van maker Arrival

They have signed a contract for investment in Arrival and for the joint development of electric vehicles

Ireland’s An Post pledges to deliver zero emission service

The postal service company is to replace its fleet with 750 electric vans and cycles by 2022

Bristol Council takes electric step towards 2050 emissions goal

It aims to have at least 10% of its fleet made up of EVs by 2021

Royal Mail unveils new electric vans

Royal Mail is to start trials of nine all-electric vans in London this month. It has unveiled the commercial vehicles produced by Oxfordshire-based carmaker Arrival, which recently opened a new factory in Banbury. The postal operator will begin the trials with six-tonne, 3.5-tonne and 7.5-tonne vans. They will be based at Mount Pleasant Mail Centre […]

Royal Mail delivery to go green in electric switchover

Royal Mail has signed an agreement to buy 100 electric delivery vans. Peugeot will provide the L2 Electric vans, which will be used by postmen and women on their delivery rounds. They zero-emission vans will go into service from December this year at delivery offices across the UK and will be supported by a rollout […]