Electric transport needs tailored hydrogen charging and refueling infrastructure combined with fleet renewal incentives and a change in fuel taxation.
The important role of, or commonly , in the application of and in optimization of logistics analyzes n (THAT).
Yes, the THAT clarifies that the light commercial vehicles (LCVs) feed the European economy, helping businesses thrive. They are basic “players” in the chains logistics, facilitating efficient delivery of goods to last-mile in urban areaswhile taking place vital role at sustainable urban mobility plans.
He also warns that in order to speed up the penetration her electric drive at commercial vehicles should the member states to adopt combined and others favorable arrangements such as changes in fuel taxation, fleet renewal incentives, extension of emissions trading system her EU (ETS) at road transport fuel.
Her domain automotive industry recognizes that the rapid turn towards low vehicles and zero emissions she is necessary.
However, the operators exploitation urban freight transport and services they can replace the conventional vehicles with alternatively low and zero emissions only if these can operate with cost effective waywhile at the same time will meet them requirements both of operators as well as of end users.
Prerequisite for this is one sufficiently dense suitable network of charging stations and supply both on urban as well as on peri-urban areas.
In combination with others favorable arrangements (such as changes to fuel taxation, fleet renewal incentives, extension of emissions trading system her EU (ETS) at road transport fuel), this will speed up the penetration in low vehicle market and zero emissions.
Along with the best charging infrastructure and refuelingmust be created consolidation centres and micro hubs in order to increase the efficiency of urban freight transport. They are a condition for the development of urban freight zones zero emissions and must be incorporated into spatial planning.
The following should be studied, if we consider that the urban logistics they will ensure broad public acceptance and balance between its different aspects sustainability (economic, environmental, social):
-All aspects of urban logistics they must be able to function Efficiently: delivery, service and other forms of traffic.
– The commercial vehicles they are part of specific and complex business programswhich guarantee the supply of goods and the provision of services to cities and people.
-For businesses there is a strong focus on total cost of ownership (TCO) and the cost of life cycle is carefully considered when purchase of a vehicle.
– The commercial vehicles they are often special manufactured professional tools involving procedures multi-stage production. As a result, the interior will vary depending on the intended use of the vehicle.
-In the plans urban logistics the resulting external benefits are not harvested in money and cannot be incorporated into local calculation of total cost of ownership.
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