Electric vans helped deliver an average of 80,000 parcels a week across London during the Christmas period, as the city's Mayor Sadiq Khan continues to combat rising air pollution in the capital
The Voltia, which is based on the Nissan eNV2000, has more cargo space than similarly sized vehicles thanks to its raised headroom. Gnewt Cargo is trialling 15 of the vans as part of London Mayor Sadiq Khan's Low Emission Freight and Logistics Trial, which aims to drive the adoption of low emission delivery vehicles across the capital.
The Voltia, a 100% all-electric zero emission van built on the basis of the Nissan eNV200 was recently launched in London as part of an initiative by Mayor Sadik Khan to reduce emissions from light commercial vehicles and improve London’s air quality. The Voltia is the perfect tool to reduce congestion and emissions from deliveries while improving air quality.
MMK Frachtdienste uses a Nissan E-NV200 Maxi with Voltia conversion for DPD - and with a positive result.
Also launched at the show was one of 18 Nissan Voltia ENV-200 electric freight vehicles, which will be a part of a trial to reduce emissions from delivery vehicles in the capital by last-mile delivery firm Gnewt Cargo.
New, free to use online portal will bring fleet electrification closer to reality by enabling anyone to find the electric LCV for them.
EVXpert is based on Voltia’s real-world testing and a custom algorithm, which shows suitable vehicles based on criteria including range, payload, cargo space, charging availability, nearby road characteristics and more. Users can then compare the options available to them.
Free, easy to use online portal will advance fleet electrification by enabling everyone to find the electric LCV for them
Voltia and Streetscooter have won a tender to provide up to 200 electric light commercial vehicles to the BV1 Selbsthilfgruppe, a consortium of companies in Germany interested in using electric light commercial vehicles in their operations. Voltia and the German company Streetscooter, a part of the Deutsche Post/DHL group, were the two finalists in the highly competitive bidding process of 51...
Delivery firm, DPD Slovakia has begun using two all-electric, zero emission Voltia Maxi vans, becoming the first company in Slovakia to deploy the custom made urban delivery vehicle. DPD follows PostNL in the Netherlands in being among the first companies in Europe deploying the vehicle.