On the 9th August, a significant power cut across the UK caused 300,000 homes and businesses to lose power, affecting a total of 1 million people.
The National Grid worked quickly to fix the issue and are investigating its cause, but it left many businesses wondering: could this happen again?
The delivery giant is buying 170m gallons equivalent of the fuel source, produced naturally from bio sources like landfills and dairy farms
The companies hope the vans will help reduce freight emissions in their area of operation
The delivery and haulage firm also said it would build an additional five gas fuelling stations
The firm plans to trial the low carbon vans in London and Paris
A new storage and smart management system will allow more electric trucks to be used through one grid connection
UPS is to trial a sustainable delivery service in central London using power-assisted bicycles and trailers. The haulage firm plans to reduce traffic and congestion by using the new electric vehicles to deliver packages rather than its traditional vans. The parcels are moved by electric-assisted trailers which mean their weight (up to 200 kilograms) […]