Pandemic may have delayed the introduction of a ‘red zone’ in city centre, but it will happen
Electrifying fleets remains a priority among fleet decision-makers as the new benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax rates and an increasing focus on environmental issues continues to influence company policies.
British Gas steps up its preparations in anticipation of achieving ‘all-electric by 2030’ goal
New product and restructured fleet team will help to build momentum says head of fleet sales Tom Brennan
Year-long scheme aims to demonstrate how combining vehicle batteries with buildings can cut costs and carbon emissions.
Energy Saving Trust wants to help fleets lessen their impact on the environment, says new transport boss Tim Anderson
Government/industry-funded body looks to bring great ideas to production – but don’t expect EVs that can travel 300-plus miles any time soon
Fleet decision-makers also discuss cash or company car options and car clubs
After trials on electric models, ScottishPower decides it will no longer replace its vans and cars on a like-for-like basis. Andrew Ryan outlines the thinking
Chris Evans, deputy managing director of Rolton Group explores whether businesses should be switching to EV.
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