CO2 Efficiency – Green Delivery Services
– The impact that reduced carbon emissions on UK roads could have over the next 40 years is immense, and it only take a couple of minutes to look at the statistics involved to see how much you can do for the environment. Green delivery service Nangs Delivery sare one of the key sectors in achieving the targets set by the government. That broad target is to reduce CO2 emissions by a massive 80 per cent by the year 2050.
Delivery Vehicles: Ultra Low Carbon – One of the ways in which the government is looking to entice users to become green is by the deployment of ultra low carbon vehicles. Obviously, this has a massive impact on green delivery services. Where an average car is on the road for no more than a couple of hours a day, delivery vehicles are producing CO2 every minute of the working day. Therefore, by encouraging the uptake of hybrid and ultra low carbon vehicles in the green delivery vehicles sector, the move to an 80 per cent cut can be made more quickly.
Green Delivery Services: Core Cities – The government’s plan, as set out in the document ‘Ultra Low Carbon Vehicles In The UK’, is to create a number of core cities in which to build awareness and create an infrastructure of power centres which will fuel vehicles with either hydrogen or electricity. Over 2.3 billion has been pledged to aid vehicle manufacturers in getting these vehicles – perfect for green delivery services – onto driveways in the UK.