Government zero-carbon plan aims to ‘transform’ last mile deliveries

Government zero-carbon plan aims to 'transform' last mile deliveries
 

Grants to help companies shift freight from road to more sustainable alternatives are to be made available after the government announced its next big push towards a zero-carbon economy.

As well as investing GBP350m to support the electrification of UK vehicles and their supply chain and another GBP620m in grants for EVs and charging points, the government said it would also encourage goods to be moved by rail, bikes and canals.

Its Net Zero plan said the majority of greenhouse […][1]


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