Taxi drivers in Birmingham could benefit from a grant of up to £5,000 towards converting their diesel vehicles to cleaner liquified petroleum gas (LPG)
Birmingham City Council (BCC) is introducing a £10m Heavy Duty Fund (HDF) to help businesses operating in Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) make the transition to lower emission vehicles.
Birmingham City Council (BCC) has outlined the support package on offer to the city’s taxi drivers ahead of the Clean Air Zone (CAZ) launch in January 2020.
Iveco have announced the first ever truck that can run on compressed natural gas (CNG) and has a 6x2 configuration
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