Tevva CEO Joins UK Prime Minister on Trade Visit to China
Tevva CEO accompanies UK PM Theresa May on her trade visit to China promoting the ‘new golden era’ of UK-Chinese trade relations.
Solutions to improve the impact trucks have on our roads and to the planet
03 October 2017
Almost 30 per cent of all greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions pumped into the atmosphere by the US comes from the transport sector.
Right now, moving ourselves around, along with all the things we make, grow, buy and consume is bad for our heath, and the health of the planet’s life support systems. However,
Tevva Motors’ CEO Asher Bennett says that his business is able to produce “the world’s greenest trucks”
Battery electric trucks that literally ‘go the distance’
How a technology inspired by an Israeli Navy submarine has inspired a revolutionary clean freight truck that is hitting the UK’s roads in numbers in the first quarter of 2018.
Tevva sweetens up emission free transport
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A truck that uses a cake ingredient as one of its key power sources will go on trial in the UK next year.
Built by Chelmsford-based Tevva motors, the truck will feature an engine that runs on a form of glycerine, along with a range-extended battery pack.
Tevva’s CEO, Asher Bennett, a former Israeli submarine commander, has received over £2m in funding from the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership to develop the technology. He believes the glycerine range-extender vehicles will be the world’s first fully zero-emission trucks.
Sweet idea: lorries to run on ultra low emission glycerine
Britain’s first “clean” lorries will hit the roads next year, partly powered by an ultra low emission fuel – glycerin – to offer indefinite range with near zero emissions. Glycerin is so clean and non hazardous it is used as a foodstuff by the baking industry…
Tevva Motors is one of Four British startups disrupting fossil-fuel-hooked transport
These ambitious entrepreneurs are battling the gargantuan emissions from our trucks and planes.
Most of the items we own have spent time in the back of a truck. Many have been transported in a van, train or the hull of an airplane. Large vehicles are the workhorses of the global economy, moving goods and people across the world. But the planet is struggling to cope with the emissions created by their powerful engines. These four smart, UK-based entrepreneurs are inventing ways to reduce our environmental impact.
Tevva Joins with Leeds in Clean Air ‘Geofencing’ Trial
Co-ordinated by mobility research organisation the Transport Systems Catapult, the project will involve capturing real-time air quality readings that will trigger hybrid electric engines to switch automatically to zero-emission running. The technology concept will be tested on a hybrid vehicle interface developed by the Chelmsford-based electric powertrain developer Tevva Motors Ltd. Tevva designs and integrates range-extended electric powertrains for 7.5 -14 tonne trucks.
Tevva Set To Show Off The World’s First Electric Truck At Collision
Typically when you put the words truck and Collision into the same story, the results aren’t very good. That’s not the case for UK startup Tevva, the manufacturer of the world’s first electric truck. If Tesla made a box truck, it would be a Tevva.
Tevva Motors heads to Madrid on trade mission to highlight zero-emission truck technology
Tevva Motors has been chosen by London mayor Sadiq Khan to take part in a three-day trade mission to Madrid.
Essex-based Tevva will be looking to showcase its range-extended series hybrid electric 7.5-tonner to business leaders in the Spanish capital, which plans to ban diesel vehicles by 2025.
MAJOR PROJECTS DRIVE SUSTAINABLE TRUCK DEVELOPMENT
Essex zero emission truck specialist to deliver major improvements in delivery vehicle sustainability by the end of 2017.
Chelmsford based Tevva Motors is involved in three major development projects to the value of £2.74m creating 20 new highly skilled jobs in the town.
Tevva Motors Shows New Electric Powertrain
Tevva Motors leading the way in electric truck technology.
A recent study found that a majority of people feel trucks should be much cleaner and greener in the future and U.K. based Tevva Motors agrees