We call upon Government to have greater ambition in the fight to reduce carbon emissions from transport. Time is short.
Drop in fuels
Recycled carbon fuels
What we’ve said
The Gas Vehicle Network is running a campaign to demonstrate the benefits of Gas HGVs.
Its report “A Green Recovery- Delivering a rapid & cost-effective CO₂ reduction for Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs)” explains the benefits and fleet operators can join the call for DfT to recognise the role gas HGVS can play in its forthcoming Transport Decarbonisation Plan, by signing up to the GVN’s campaign.
Gaynor Hartnell, Chief Executive of the RTFA, commented
“Running on biomethane is one of the options available to fleet operators looking to reduce their carbon footprint, and the uptake of gas-fueled trucks is growing rapidly. Other here-and-now options are higher blends of biodiesel, and drop in fuels such as HVO. Mass market zero carbon tailpipe solutions are some decades away”.
In response to the Prime Minister’s article in the Financial Times: 18 November 2020
The RTFA said the PM’s announcement is welcome, but Boris could be bolder. If his Government showed the same ambition for decarbonising fuels, as it does for electrification, there would be more immediate impact.
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The RTFA was launched on 25th August 2020, with 12 founder members. By the end of 2020 membership had doubled. The RTFA’s members comprising all UK manufacturers of liquid biofuels and suppliers of green gas to transport. For an overview of the Association and its stance various issues, click the button below.
See our rules and terms and code of conduct (which you must sign up to) and download and fill out the application form.
For more information, click the “Contact us” button below to contact the RTFA’s Chief Executive, Gaynor Hartnell.