• 22
    The Gas Vehicle Network (GVN) is calling for gaseous biofuels (such as biomethane and BioLPG) as low carbon, renewable transport fuels to be central to the Department for Transport’s, DfT’s, anticipated reforms to its Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation (RTFO) policy.
  • 18
    The findings of the new Low Emissions Freight Trial (LEFT) report published today, 18th November 2020, by the Low CVP acknowledges that Heavy Goods Vehicles, HGVs, fuelled by biomethane (gas) can provide significant carbon reductions. Further confirmation that they should be a key technology for transport decarbonisation says industry trade association the Gas Vehicle Network, GVN.
  • 11
    Leading industry trade body, the Gas Vehicle Network, GVN, today, 11th November, 2020 launches a report entitled; A Green Recovery- Delivering a rapid & cost-effective CO₂ reduction for Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs), showcasing that gas as a transport fuel offers a low carbon solution for road haulage.
  • 17
    Leading industry trade body, the Gas Vehicle Network, GVN, welcomed the release of a new leaflet on the current uptake and future potential of biomethane in a decarbonised transport sector, which further reinforces the undeniable benefits of biomethane as a transport fuel.
  • 28
    Mike Foster, CEO of the Gas Vehicle Network (GVN), has berated Britain’s main political parties for their lack of commitment to tackling the disproportionately high carbon emissions and air pollutants from heavy goods vehicles.
  • 01
    Following the cancellation of this year's Autumn Budget, the co-chairs of the Gas Vehicle Network wrote to Sajid Javid, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, to update him on the industry's last 12 months and set out the actions which could further boost the industry.
  • 26
    The Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA), the UK’s trade body for AD has this week become a member of the Natural Gas Vehicle Network (NGVN) who promote natural gas vehicles as a transport solution, particularly in the HGV sector.
  • 21
    Having already been defeated in two court battles over air pollution, today the Government suffered a third defeat, with the judge not only ruling in ClientEarth’s favour, but declaring the government’s lack of action on the matter unlawful.
  • 05
    Nine member companies of the Natural Gas Vehicle Network (NGV Network) have written an open letter to Chris Grayling, Secretary of State for Transport, to ask for clarity on the Government’s developing Road to Zero strategy which could have wide-ranging implications for key transport policies in the coming years. The letter highlights members’ concerns that the strategy is being developed using old data and flawed models which are used to compare conventional petrol and diesel vehicles with cleaner alternatives, such as natural gas.