DriverNet is a smart logistics network and mobile app that connects drivers and vehicles to customers and sites in smarter ways, reducing emissions and saving time and money.
By accelerating the inbound process, DriverNet can save up to .23kg of CO2 per minute of queuing avoided, and up to 30p per minute of fuel and driver wage costs.
Driver-facing and customer-facing apps connect logistics partners together in real time via a cloud infrastructure which will also connect car drivers to sites to remove needless emissions in the final 500 metres of an arrival.
Partnership will see two state-of-the-art warehouses build in East London and Midlands partly powered by on-site solar
Green electrification drive over next 10 years critical to the world's largest emitter decarbonising its power grid by mid-century, according to Energy Transitions Commission and Rocky Mountain Institute
Energy firm joins Social Mobility Pledge led by former education secretary Justine Greening in bid to help plug green skills gap and support disadvantaged communities
The pension provider is also aiming to slash the carbon emissions in its default pension funds in half by 2030, covering around £10bn of assets