All new London cabs must now be zero-emission capable

Public land freed up for charging points as part of drive to scale up private-hire EV use, says TfL

Mark Moran
30 December 2022
TfL`s emission standard has already been seen the deployment more than 6,000 black cabs capable of not producing any emissions at their exhausts (Charles Etoroma/Unsplash)

 

All private hire vehicles licensed in London for the first time will be required to be zero emission capable, Transport for London has stated.

To meet the PHV ZEC requirements a vehicle must:

Emit no more than 50g/km CO2 and be capable of being operated with no (zero) exhaust emissions for a minimum range of 10 miles (16.093 km); or

Emit no more than 75g/km CO2 exhaust emissions and be capable of being operated with no (zero) emissions for a minimum range of 20 miles (32.187 km).

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