The road to zero: is progress on carbon zero status of our haulage sector too slow?

One of the outcomes of the recent COP27 conference was the launch of the ‘Accelerating to Zero Coalition’, a platform designed to deliver a global, Paris-aligned Zero Emission Vehicle transition.  Signatories will commit to a 100% transition to new car and van sales being zero emission by 2040, and 2035 in leading markets. Obviously, this … Continued

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Applying the science to Waitrose’ fleet sustainability strategy

“Their scientific approach shows that Aerodyne are a credible and reliable trusted advisor.”  They are already one of the UK’s best-loved and trusted brands, and Waitrose have been making great strides in their approach to sustainability and reducing their carbon footprint. Aerodyne is proud to have a long-standing business relationship with Waitrose to work towards this … Continued

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SAIC MAXUS: The Trailblazers of Eco-Friendly Transport

With diesel trucks being phased out by 2030, there’s pressure on truck fleets to adopt zero-emissions solutions.   One brand making strides in the zero-emissions domain is MAXUS who are leading the way in the development of electric light commercial vehicles (eLCVs). Passionate about reducing carbon emissions ourselves, Aerodyne is a proud partner to these innovators … Continued

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An interview with Lionel Curtis: Why greener transport must be more than just a footprint

With an impressive 40 years’ experience in the sector, there’s not much Lionel Curtis doesn’t know about transport and its impact on the environment. What might be surprising is that the issue of the sector’s carbon footprint has always been on the agenda. Real traction – in terms of broader, more strategic thinking – may … Continued

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