Edinburgh College has saved more than £100,000 in fuel expense claims since introducing an electric pool car fleet in 2012, Sarah Tooze reports.
Chargemaster uses electric vehicles on its own fleet to prove to companies that plug-in cars make good business sense, John Maslen discovers.
The London Borough of Hackney is introducing more electric vehicles and using biofuels in other vehicles... there is little this council won’t try in bid to help the environment.
Charlie Wren discusses how a safe-driving fleet focus fuelled by the introduction of telematics has helped cut collisions and protect residual values.
All in-house, partial-outsourcing or totally outsourced – David King brought the three together to create one way of working, reports Sarah Tooze
Nigel Grainger was compelled to act when presented with a home-to-school transport challenge. It’s just one of his many new initiatives, reports Andrew Ryan
Close to half of the 100-plus vehicles being introduced at Portsmouth Naval Base will be plug-in vans. Christopher Smith finds out why
Farmdrop operates an all-electric fleet which suits its environmental ethos and saves money, but it has had to overcome challenges. Sarah Tooze reports
Exchanging views and ideas with her fleet peers helps keep Ann-Marie Dunbar ahead of change. “It’s a fast-paced industry,” she tells Stephen Briers
How the merger of Environment Agency for Wales, Forestry Commission for Wales and Countryside Council for Wales in 2013 brought efficiencies and is already saving the vehicle fleet almost £1 million. John Maslen reports