All Posts from January 2017

Industrial strategy unveils £390m for future transport- it must include Natural Gas vehicles

‘Investment in the transport of tomorrow is essential if we are to decarbonise transport and reduce fuel costs for businesses’ says Natalie Flay, Spokesperson for the Natural Gas Vehicle Network, NGVN following the release of the government’s Industrial Strategy Green Paper yesterday (23rd January) Natalie Flay, spokesperson for NGVN said; ‘A £390 million investment for […]

Letter to Sadiq Khan- Air quality in London and Heavy Good Vehicles (HGVs)

Mayor London                                                                         23rd January 2017   Dear Sadiq Air quality in London and Heavy Good Vehicles (HGVs) I am writing to draw attention to the recent findings of the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership and their testing of emissions from gas powered commercial vehicles. Recognising the importance of freight transport in keeping a city, and its […]

Back gas-powered HGVs for cleaner London air, urges former Minister

London Mayor, Sadiq Khan, has been urged to back gas-powered HGVs to improve air quality, by former Development Minister Mike Foster. Earlier this month, a Department of Transport backed study showed that gas engines gave significant improvements in air quality over their diesel counterparts. Mr Foster now runs a not-for-profit association working in the energy […]

Air Quality Consultation (phase 2)

New proposals to improve Air Quality – Have your say on the introduction of a new Emissions Surcharge and ideas for improving Ultra Low Emission Zone. The Natural Gas Vehicle Network (NGV Network) is an established trade body which represents a diverse range of businesses involved in the production of gas-derived fuels and gas-powered vehicles, […]


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