Join ambitious organisations like Coca-Cola Europacific Partners, Tesco, XPO Logistics, Eddie Stobart, and others, to unpack key challenges of HGV decarbonisation and build high-impact, innovative solutions to drive net zero.
The launch of HGVzero action group in 2022 saw some of Europe’s largest shippers and hauliers collaborating and accelerating the decarbonisation of their collective fleets across the continent. Due to its success and demand, we have continued this programme and kickstarted #HGVzero23 in March 2023.
Ian Anderton, Projects & Supply Chain Senior Manager, Coca-Cola Europacific Partners comments: “As a founding member of HGVzero, we are excited to welcome new organisations to the group that will enable us to further accelerate our collective ambition to decarbonise fleet logistics. We look forward to exploring some of the detailed challenges facing us as a sector, such as transition fuels and long-term asset projects.”
Dr Nicholas Head, Head of Sustainability, UK and Ireland for XPO Logistics comments: “Being part of this collaborative action group and working with other leading haulage and global shippers to accelerate decarbonisation of HGV transport has already provided immense value to us as an organisation. We are delighted to continue our partnership as a founding member of HGVzero to address critical challenges related to the transition, improve future HGV strategy and take collective action.”
Leo Pickford, Head of Business Change, Yusen Logistics comments: “We are thrilled to join this challenge-focused action group to not only share our experiences and expertise on our net zero transition to date, but similarly learn from others addressing the same challenges as we are, with the aim of finding solutions that enable us, and the industry, to make practical progress in our collective decarbonisation journey.”
To find out more about joining HGVzero23 action group, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why join HGVzero23?
Through a structured framework, the HGVzero partnership meets regularly to address joint opportunities, unpack shared critical challenges, and create solutions. Outcomes include:
- Collaboration with sector peers and foremost global experts in logistics
- Access to the exclusive HGVzero iHub with shared tools and resources developed in partnership with members and experts, including specialist sector reports, industry news, case studies and live horizon scanning tools covering regulation, legislation and funding
- Opportunity to co-build mutually beneficial infrastructure projects
HGVzero23 includes a review of key areas that have been identified by our members as priority challenges. Focus areas include (but are not limited to):
- Vehicle technology transition (market ready innovations, alternative fuel options, maintenance and battery considerations, challenges of multimodal)
- Infrastructure deployment (charging / H2 infrastructure advancement, stakeholder engagement, e.g. real estate, energy companies, DNOs etc.)
- Building the business case (total cost of ownership, commercial model innovation, opportunities with OEM / hardware / software suppliers)
“Decarbonisation of HGVs is a critical business challenge. Innovation and collaboration are at the heart of what we do, and by bringing the best teams in the world together to take action, we will reduce risks and costs and develop solutions for a climate positive future,” commented Matt Pumfrey, CEO, Innovation Gateway.
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“The dirtiest thing we do in the UK is move people and goods so addressing logistics is a critical part of meeting our net zero and clean air goals.
It is fantastic to see market leaders collaborating to decarbonise their fleets and going further and faster together in the decarbonisation of HGVs in the UK. Collectively bringing energy, transport and digital sectors to collaborate for success.”
Graeme Cooper, Head Future Markets, National Grid