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Tag Archives: CO2 emissions

The EETS-compliant toll box and the future (3): Access to reports & analytics

                Thanks to the introduction of the European Electronic Toll System (EETS), digitalised toll management yields more benefits than just the substitution of a wide diversity of toll boxes, vignettes and cards for just one box and one bill. In my previous blog I wrote that the introduction of EETS-compliant toll boxes like …

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Self-driving trucks; ultimate solution on the way to climate-neutral business?

In years to come, several truckmakers will be investing in ’self-driving trucks’. But how will this development affect the position of drivers, and will self-driving trucks in fact make your company more ‘climate-neutral’? Truckmakers like Mercedes-Benz have already been making considerable progress experimenting with private cars and self-driving features. Whereas in the United States cars like these are by now …

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DKV Card Climate – competitive advantage thanks to CO₂compensation

Business partners are increasingly requesting verification about how companies handle their CO₂emissions. DKV customers can now compensate for their CO₂ emissions by 100%. For this purpose,  DKV Euro Service offers a climate-neutral fuel card with the DKV Card Climate. In return, your company‘s fleet drives 100% CO₂neutral. This positive environmental balance provides a distinct competitive advantage and also supports your …

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CO2 emissions allocating guidelines; a view on the future

Over the last few years, the haulage sector has often found itself confronted with strict regulations regarding CO2 emissions. Although many of these rules have resulted in relatively ‘cleaner’ fleets thanks to, for instance, often necessary investments made in new trucks of lower Euro emission categories, questions regularly crop up in the sector regarding the determination and registration of CO2 …

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