This section shows press releases issued by the LowCVP in reverse date order (latest at the top). To subscribe to the LowCVP's media mailing list, click here.
159 press releases found [Displaying 11 to 20]
The way company car tax is calculated changes from 6 April 2020. For drivers of zero and some ultra-low emissions company cars there are very big savings to be had, so long as you have the right information.
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A new guide from the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) for fleet operators shows how renewable fuels can immediately cut greenhouse gas emissions in road transport, particularly from commercial vehicles for which few low emission solutions are currently available.
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Response from LowCVP Managing Director Andy Eastlake on the Government's proposals and announcement of a consultation on the introduction of E10 petrol
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LowCVP comments on today's announcement of the Government's proposals to bring forward the ending of the sale of combustion engine cars from 2040 to 2035.
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Media release (industry focus) announcing the report of the Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce convened and facilitated by the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership.
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Media release (consumer-focus) announcing the publication of the report of the Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce, an initiative convened and facilitated by the LowCVP
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Media notice announcing launch event and media briefing on the report from the Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce - 'Energising our Electric Vehicle Transition' - 14 January 2020, One Birdcage Walk, Westminster.
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New research by the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) finds that better understanding of the running costs and total costs of vehicle ownership on the part of private car buyers could significantly boost the market for cleaner, low carbon vehicles. The work was carried out as part of a collaboration with the finance and leasing sector to highlight potential savings.
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The first selective catalytic reduction (SCR) retrofit solution for conventional heavy goods vehicles has been accredited under the UK’s Clean Vehicle Retrofit Accreditation Scheme (CVRAS), ahead of the introduction of Clean Air Zones in Birmingham and Leeds in 2020.
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As electric vehicles start to become mainstream and the contribution of renewable energy to the electricity grid grows, by 2030 over 70% of CO2 emissions from typical new road vehicles could arise during the production – rather than use – phase of the life cycle of a typical vehicle.
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