Tevva joins Transport Decarbonisation Alliance
Chelmsford, Essex: Electric commercial vehicle technology expert, Tevva, has joined the Transport Decarbonisation Alliance (TDA), a unique collaboration of countries, cities and companies formed to accelerate the transport sector’s drive towards net-zero greenhouse gas emissions.
The Chelmsford-based company will be officially unveiled as the newest TDA member at the height of the UNSG Climate Action Summit at the United Nations headquarters in New York today.
David Thackray, Tevva Sales and Marketing Director, said: “For Tevva, as a pre-eminent player in the drive to bring electric trucks to the market at real scale, joining the TDA as its first eTruck technology provider was an obvious and natural leadership decision. The opportunity to combine our efforts in collaboration with such an influential and concerted cohort of change agents is something we have proactively sought to do as part of our commitment to engage at country and policy level to drive real climate change in transport.”
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