TfL is developing a new Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) Delivery Plan which will be published in July 2015. The Delivery Plan has been produced in consultation with the ULEV industry and boroughs. This includes meetings with borough officers on: rapid and residential charging infrastructure issues; OLEV funding; car clubs; and a specific ULEV Delivery Plan workshop at the recent Transport Emissions Roadmap event on 20 May. Further input and suggestions are now invited from boroughs, to be emailed directly to [email protected].
The Delivery Plan sets out actions on charging infrastructure, R&D, funding, incentives and supporting policies that will be required to drive uptake of ULEVs. This will require collaboration with and support from many parties, including boroughs.
The actions in the Delivery Plan are designed to normalise ULEVs and deliver a significant increase in uptake. This will achieve air quality, CO2 and economic benefits and demonstrate that London is leading this agenda, supporting our bid to OLEV for Go Ultra Low City Scheme funding.
The Committee is asked to NOTE the upcoming ULEV Delivery Plan and provide any suggestions for the document directly to [email protected]