Resources

Cenex resources

  • Transform Procurement Standards

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    The main aim of TRANSFORM is to mobilise the procurement power of city authorities and major companies to accelerate progress towards sustainable zero carbon transport systems. The three year project will focus on: • The development of procurement of innovation strategies on realizing Green Transport • The results will be used to bridge the gap […]

  • Final Report to the Transform Project May 2014

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    This report provides a review of demand side measures as applied by cities to deliver environmental benefits via Environmentally Friendly Vehicles (EFVs). The report was commissioned for the Transform project and aims to provide a list of examples of demand side measures, with illustrative case study examples. As a UK consultancy, UK case study examples […]

  • The Low Emission Van Guide

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    Helping van operators to reduce costs and emissions. This guide will assist you in choosing the most suitable low emission van for the type of work you do. The guide is aimed at operators of small to medium-sized fleets of commercial vehicles, covering vans up to 3.5t GVW (gross vehicle weight) – i.e., a Ford Transit sized […]

  • Green Fleet Technology Study for Public Transport

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    The Public Procurement of Innovation in Action Network (PPIA) commissioned Cenex to undertake a mobility technology foresighting study. The aim of the study was to inform the network of the main technological advances and future developments in transport which address the challenge of mitigating climate change. The report focuses on alternative drivetrain technologies and fuels that offer carbon reduction from city buses, although technologies relevant to taxis are also discussed. The analysis focuses on the likely performance of short-medium term solutions (< 10 years) and suggests some demand side measures and practises which can be implemented to assist in the transition to cleaner public transport fleets. The study draws on technology information from industry technology roadmaps, interviews with technology providers and industry experts. Future demand for public transport vehicles and current procurement practises are established from the PPIA network cities.

  • BBC Radio Leicester – Chris Walsh Interview

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    Chris Walsh, Head of Technical and Consultancy at Cenex, appeared in a radio interview with representatives from The University of Leicester to talk about the exciting air quality project that Cenex is supporting. For more information on the project, visit our news section.

  • Low Carbon Truck Trial – First Annual Summary

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    This executive summary was prepared for the Department for Transport and details the current progress, data analysis and issues reported from the trial consortia. The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) and the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) are co-funding the Low Carbon Truck and Refuelling Infrastructure Demonstration Trials (Low Carbon Truck trial).

  • Refuelling the Countryside Report

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    Cenex is pleased to announce the release of a report entitled ‘Refuelling the Countryside,’ commissioned by the Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE) and delivered by Greenwatt. As one of the report’s main sponsors, the report provides the low carbon vehicle community Cenex supports with a first showcasing of what the transition to low carbon […]

  • Plugged-In Midlands Newsletter – Issue 9

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    The ninth issue of the PiM newsletter has been released. To sign up for regular PiM updates email pim@cenex.co.uk. To find out more about the PiM programme visit our programmes page.

  • LCT Trial Workshop Overview

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    This short two page overview of the Low Carbon Truck Trial Workshop event highlights some of the key findings and discussion points from the sessions, and provides an overview of the current progress of the trial.

  • Low Carbon Truck Review & Workshop Event – Trial Overview

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    This presentation introduces the low carbon truck trial and key information to date to the wider sector.