Infrastructure

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  • 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.

  • Plugged-In Midlands Newsletter

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    The eighth 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.

  • Installation of refuelling infrastructure – Natural gas stations for HGVs

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    The DfT’s Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Grant Programme (AFIGP), managed by Cenex, has provided grant support to help overcome the lack of fuelling infrastructure required for low carbon vehicle deployment.

  • Installation of refuelling infrastructure – Natural gas station for light goods vehicles

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    The DfT’s Infrastructure Grant Programme (AFIGP) has provided grant support to help overcome the market failure of lack of fuelling infrastructure holding back low carbon vehicle deployment. This project was implemented by gasfill, a company that manufactures slow-fill natural gas refuelling units for cars and vans. The station was installed at the Mercedes Benz UK headquarters in Milton Keynes.

  • Installation of refuelling infrastructure – Charging posts for electric vehicles

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    This case study highlights best practice from three projects that were funded through the AFIGP. The first project, led by Transport for London, installed 21 charging points across the Greater London boroughs of Camden, Greenwich, Hackney and Westminster.

  • Installation of refuelling infrastructure – AFIGP summary of projects supported

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    The DfT’s Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Grant Programme (AFIGP) is a grant intervention programme aimed at overcoming one of the market failures inhibiting the acceleration of the deployment of low carbon vehicles needed to meet national road transport decarbonisation targets and local air quality targets.