Scania has a long experience of supplying and operating trucks and buses on all of today’s major biofuels – bioethanol, biodiesel and biogas. Unique amongst vehicle manufacturers, Scania also has a Euro6 gas-powered engine that could match diesel in energy efficiency.
Since some years back, Scania gas buses have been in operation in the UK. In combination with a growing production of biogas, this makes it possible for a large-scale introduction of clean, sustainable low carbon bus operation, based on a locally produced biofuel. And this could be achieved on a commercial basis, without any need for major subsidies.
Tanya Neech joined Scania in 2016 and is responsible for promoting Scania’s Sustainable Transport Solutions and in particular, delivering low carbon buses in the UK. She has experience in the UK bus industry and the sustainability sector.
Tanya’s previous roles include: Marketing & Communications Manager for FirstGroup, Campaign Manager for Ecoisland Partnership CIC and Commercial Manager for Southern Vectis.
Outside of work, Mrs Neech is married with two children, enjoys spending time with her family and keeping fit. She’s also a PCV licence holder, spent a summer driving open top buses and holds a national transport manager’s CPC.