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LEFT Dissemination

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Background

The Low Emission Freight and Logistics Trial (LEFT) involves a wide selection of alternative technologies being assessed both in-service and through a dedicated, laboratory-based emissions testing programme, under a £20 million government programme to cut emissions from road freight and improve air quality.

The competition was delivered by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) and Innovate UK. TRL Ltd was the lead delivery contractor; carrying out data collection and analysis of the performance, cost savings and environmental impacts of the trial vehicles to evidence impact. The initial activity in 2018 was to update the government’s evidence base on the emissions performance of gas-powered vehicles, and later other vehicle technologies, to inform the Treasury’s review of fuel duties.

LowCVP has been asked, following it's role in the trials of providing technical guidance and support to TRL during the planning and delivery of the emissions testing programme, to help disseminate the results of the trials to stakeholders.

Objectives

  • To present vehicle emission testing result summaries to industry and government

Project Management and Stakeholder Engagement

LowCVP Secretariat, in collaboration with stakeholders from CVWG, LEFT participants, TRL, Millbrook and DfT.

Deliverables

Date

Webinar 1: Long Haul and Gaseous Fuels Projects View
Webinar 1 Slide Pack Download
Webinar 2: Urban Delivery Vehicles and Vehicle Electrification Projects View
Webinar 2 Slide Pack Download

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If you want to get involved in the work of one or more of LowCVP's Working Groups why not join us, or contact the Secretariat for more information


A member view...

The acceptance of so many significant changes in technology have mainly been driven and brought about by the dedication of the LowCVP.
Alan Martin, Baumot