Before the Clean Air Zone area of the city begins in 2022, people will soon be able to apply for money to help replace their older, more polluted vehicles.
A new website is being launched in November this year that will allow people to apply for central government funding to buy low-emission vehicles before the zone goes into effect on May 30 next year.
The system will specifically target businesses and operators of commercial vehicles.
The new financial support scheme will be built on service website technology used by the country’s largest manufacturers, brokers and car rental companies to lend, lease and finance cars.
As part of the website, any Greater Manchester business will be able to check their eligibility, and access grants and subsidized finance to upgrade their vehicle or fleet so that when Clean Air Zone is introduced If done, they should be according to it.
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This will help them avoid having to pay a daily charge to get into the zone in a highly polluted vehicle.
Businesses will only need to enter their details on the website to check their eligibility before offering a range of funding options from approved lenders and brokers.
Like other cities, Greater Manchester has been instructed by the government to bring the level of roadside nitrogen dioxide air pollution within legal limits as soon as possible.
Transport for Greater Manchester has turned to QV Systems to provide a website and city area businesses to find and access funds to replace their used cars.
“As a city area, we are committed to tackling air pollution, which is one of the largest environmental health issues in the city,” said Andrew Western, leader of the Trafford Council and Greater Manchester Lead for Clean Air. And contributes to approximately 1,100 deaths each year in Greater Manchester.
“That’s why we’ve developed a clean plan that not only helps us meet government requirements for nitrogen dioxide air pollution, but also provides financial support to these businesses, individuals and organizations.” Who need to upgrade their vehicle.
“We look forward to working with QV Systems to help us plan, improve our air quality and ensure that Greater Manchester becomes a healthy, sustainable and pleasant place to grow, grow and It continues to grow old. “
Daniel Lane, founder and CEO of QV Systems, said: “This decade will see one of the biggest changes in the history of personal transportation, with the elimination of new petrol and diesel and the right to more environmentally friendly vehicles. I. The UK’s goals for clean air and the transition to green fleets are the world’s most exciting.
“For local authorities, the challenge is how to give businesses access to government funding. Greater Manchester has demonstrated how proven technologies such as Accelerate can enable these projects to be delivered successfully in short time frames. Yes, and begins to provide clean, healthy cities for all.
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