Carbon offsetting schemes help green-minded fleets to see the bigger picture and fulfil their corporate social responsibility obligations. Christopher Smith reports
Nottingham wants to “lead by example” to encourage businesses to adopt electric vehicles (EVs) after it was named as a Go Ultra Low City.
The Go Ultra Low Companies scheme was launched earlier this year to recognise organisations that commit to using electric vehicles. Andrew Ryan looks at how six fleets achieved the standard
Aerosol gas, weightless flax, and a ‘bubble of air’ are just some of the innovative ideas being considered by vehicle manufacturers, as they strive to reduce emissions and cut costs. Andrew Ryan reports.
Few fleets are as affected by weather as the Environment Agency. Dale Eynon tells Stephen Briers how it stays operational without putting safety at risk
CO2 reporting is rising up the fleet agenda thanks to the new greenhouse gas emissions regulation. Sarah Tooze looks at how to manage CO2 data
Leasedrive has published a new white paper entitled ‘The future of urban mobility. An overview of current global initiatives and future technologies to help meet the challenges of urban mobility.’
CSR has become a common expression in the business world, but how can it be applied to the fleet?
How to pick the vehicle technology best suited to different fleet demands.
Up to 25% improvement recorded in fleet's mpg and CO2 output during trial.
Tim Porter, managing director, Lex Autolease, on why manufacturers believe there is a strong future for the electric vehicle market.
Andy Eastlake, managing director, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, reflects on progress over the last decade in cutting carbon from road transport.
David Cameron recently announced that he believes the UK needs more windfarms to generate enough electricity to power electric vehicles (EVs), with the endgame of eventually replacing petrol cars.