Most operators have no plans to decarbonise their fleets over the next three years and half of those surveyed don’t expect this to change after 2026, according to a new study.
Asset Alliance Group’s state of the sector report found little progress among haulage and logistics firms on transitioning to cleaner fuels over the next three years.
It also found battery electric vehicles are currently being run by just 6% of respondents, 7% are relying on gas vehicles, 3% on hybrids and 7% are using biofuels.
Of the 353 operators who currently have no alternatively fuelled trucks in their fleet, 88% said they had no plans to run any and only half of those thought this might change after 2026.
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