Next stage - Low Emission Freight and Logistics Trial (LEFLT)
With the Low Carbon Truck Trial (LCTT) complete and the final trial report having been released as of December 2016 - follow link for the LCTT Final Report, Innovate UK has announced a new trial as a follow on from the LCTT.
Innovate UK will fund industry-led research trials of innovative vehicles or on-vehicle technologies, where the purpose is to reduce real-world emissions compared with type 2016 model year series production vehicles. They will support small trial fleets of low emission vehicles (HGVs and vans) and their refueling/charging infrastructure. The trial has an allocated £24 million to fund innovation projects in this competition.
Applications for the competition have now closed, winning consortiums are expected to be announced in Q1 2017.
Complete - Low Carbon Truck and Refueling Infrastructure Demonstration Trial (LCTT)
The now concluded Low Carbon Truck Trial was co-funded by Innovate UK and the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV).
The trial had been provided £11.3m by the Government and £12.1m by industry participants to create a £23.4m pilot to pump prime procurement of low carbon trucks and their supporting infrastructure and aim to:
Additionally, industry participants have invested £12.1m to create a £23.4m trial.
As of September 2016 the trial had deployed:
As of July 2016 the trial had delivered:
More detailed information about each consortia project is available in the project links on the right.
Please visit our Resource Centre for more details on the Low Carbon Truck Trial reports.