The government’s target for zero emission cars by 2040 are "vague" and "unambitious", a report by the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee has said.

Parcel delivery company DPD has opened an all-electric parcel depot in the heart of Westminster and announced plans for a further seven all-electric sites in the capital.

Delivery firm Hermes has ordered 30 trucks that will be powered by bio-CNG and is introducing 32 electric vans to service the central London area, inside the low emission zone.

The funding will be used to help create a publicly accessible national network of rapid charging points by 2020.

The firm will phase out all diesel-powered heavy trucks from its fleet by 2028.

Brake, the road safety charity, has recognised organisations for their contribution to improving the safety of at-work drivers, at its annual Fleet Safety Awards.

Lord Deben, Chair of the Committee on Climate Change, has written to business and transport secretaries with recommendations on how the government can meet its Road to Zero Strategy.

To showcase how electric vehicles can play their part in decarbonising the UK's transport sector, GreenFleet is hosting an EV Roadshow, taking zero and ultra-low emission vehicles to four cities in five days.

The white paper by Venson Automotive Solutions highlights how employees suffering from stress are 50 per cent more likely to drive dangerously.

The government has announced changes to the Plug-In Car Grant funding, reducing it by £1,000 and removing the eligibility for plug-in hybrid vehicles with a range of less than 70 electric miles.


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