Zemo Partnership: High-blend renewable fuels offer 'immense opportunity' to cut HGV emissions

Cecilia Keating
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A biofuel powered truck owned by haulage company Hymas | Credit: Zemo Partnership
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A biofuel powered truck owned by haulage company Hymas | Credit: Zemo Partnership

Fresh analysis argues greener fuels are critical to decarbonising a heavy-duty road transport sector that is lagging on electrification

Tens of millions of tons of greenhouse gas emissions could be stopped from entering the atmosphere if lorries, coaches, and other heavy-duty vehicles had easy access to high-blend renewable fuels (HBRF),...

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