Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) - Articles and news items

UK bus popularity increases thanks to greener, better connected services

Industry news  •  9 February 2017  •  Katie Sadler, Eurotransport

A LowCVP report suggests bus usage in UK towns and cities is increasing thanks to greener, more convenient and better connected services.

Taking the Alternate Journey

Transport Extra  •  22 April 2016  •  European Bus Forum

There are currently 70,000 urban buses serving a population of over 100 million inhabitants in 24 European countries and over the past 10 years the bus industry has been testing and investing in alternative fuels…

The Journey of the Green Bus – from pollution problem to city solution

Transport Extra, Z homepage promo  •  10 March 2016  •  Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP)

In an article for Eurotransport, LowCVP discusses finding of its recent report, The Journey of the Green Bus, which considers the impact of policy and innovation on the sector and how the green bus has become part of the solution to poor urban air quality.

Cutting carbon from buses: new report finds progress but need to review incentives to encourage latest technology

Industry news  •  2 July 2014  •  LOWCVP

Current incentive mechanisms have been vital to the growth of the low carbon emission bus market according to a new report for the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership…

LowCVP study identifies cost-effective options for cutting UK bus emissions

Industry news, News  •  3 July 2013  •  Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership

A wide range of innovative technologies can cut carbon emissions from buses…