Transport is one of the sectors that has been identified to help Ireland reach its 80% target reduction in CO2 emissions by 2050. The Greener HGV Programme will bring real fuel savings by subsidising the use of innovative technology and driver training for Irish Fleet companies.
The Climate Action Fund
The Greener HGV
Irish Fleet companies can apply to this programme to avail of a 30% technology software & hardware grant. This technology coupled with the development of a professional driving culture of HGVs will result in a reduction of the business’ carbon footprint. It will bring target fuel savings of 10% and reduce the annual fuel bill by €000s.
Transport Sustainability Guide
Not only does the programme help with the Climate Action Fund’s aim to reduce CO2 emissions by at least 80%, but it also has direct and immediate benefits for the companies that are accepted onto the programme including:
Costs & Savings
The following table shows costs and savings for a typical HGV with a 50K yearly mileage.
|The Greener HGV Programme||Total (over 60-month term)|
|Cost per vehicle||€ 4,000.00|
|Government Funding available per vehicle||€1200.00|
|Cost to Applicant per vehicle||€2800.00|
|Potential Savings per vehicle||€17,000.00 *|
*SAVINGS are calculated using real life data for a Haulage company, based on 50,000 miles per year with 8mpg and a diesel cost of €1,20/litre over the 60-month term of the programme. Please read the terms and conditions here for further details.
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
1. Easy Application
2. Fast Track Application review
3. Equipment And Software Installation
4. Expert Training
5. Start Saving
To apply for the Greener HGV programme simply call 00353 1 522 2390 or email email@example.com to contact one of our team of project co-ordinators who will quickly guide you through the application process and get you on the road to a more efficient and cost effective fleet today!
Alternatively just fill out the quick application form and one of our team will be in touch shortly.
* Places are limited to the first 1000 vehicles enrolled in the programme.