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Alan McKinnon – Professor of Logistics

14 July 2021

Freight in the City Webinar

 

 

I was one of the three contributors to this webinar, along with David Thackray, director of Tevva Electric Trucks and Bob Moran, head of Environmental Strategy in the UK Department for Transport.  My introductory presentation set the scene by outlining the many ways in which carbon emissions from city logistics can be reduced. This put the contribution of hydrogen into perspective, mainly in range extenders for battery-powered vans and trucks.  David then explained in detail how Tevva Electric Trucks is applying hydrogen fuel cells in this way.   Bob outlined the related aspects of the UK government’s new ‘Decarbonising Transport‘ policy document whose publication actually coincided with the webinar.

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