BT to trial London Electric Vehicle Company’s electric vans

The telecoms giant plans to use the vehicles to support its field engineers and supply chain team

Can french fries help close the loop?

That’s the suggestion from Antti Koivisto, Head of Service Development within Renewable Road Transportation at Neste who spoke to FNZ about the biofuel that powers McDonald’s Dutch fleet

SoulRiders arrive in Glasgow – and they come on e-bikes

Scotland is now home to its ‘first-ever’ integrated e-cargo bike delivery and food waste service in Glasgow

Parcel firm DPD delivers EV target five months early

More than 10% of the company’s UK van fleet is now electric

Vast majority of shipping execs view decarbonisation as top-three priority

A new report from Shell and Deloitte suggests nearly 80% of industry stakeholders said the importance of cutting emissions has increased significantly over the past 18 months

Giant net zero carbon ready warehouse built in Sheffield

The project was built with low-carbon materials, allows the installation of photovoltaics, air-source heat pumps and 100% LED lighting

Opinion – supply chain sustainability on City’s agenda

In the first of a regular column, Shravan Joshi an elected member of the City of London, argues for steps to make supply chains much more sustainable right now

Volvo drives truck-to-train switch for its logistics network on a carbon-cutting journey

This measure has already managed to cut carbon dioxide emissions by almost 75% on a number of routes

Logistics firm installs largest rooftop solar array in Nordics

The 60.000 square metre array will have a capacity of 5MW and is expected to save a volume of carbon dioxide each year equivalent to the consumption of 800 homes

Shipping giant Hapag-Lloyd launches biofuel trial to slash emissions

One of its ships is now being powered by ‘B20’ fuel, which is made up of 80% low-sulphur fuel oil and 20% biodiesel from old cooking oils and fats