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Grosvenor Leasing launches new initiative to help fleets ‘go green’

Grosvenor Leasing has launched ‘OZone’, a new service to advise and support companies that want to their fleet to become zero or low emissions.

The new service offers clients support in the development of a low emission vehicle policy, advice on the steps required to move smoothly through the evolution towards electric vehicles (EVs) and ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) and, subject to availability, assistance with plug-in and hybrid demonstration vehicles.

“The shift towards EVs and ULEVs is not something that is going to go away,” said Shaun Barritt, Grosvenor Group CEO. “At some point all companies operating vehicle fleets will make the transition to a new era of fuel technology and our advice is to be pro-active and start planning now.

“Most company drivers have spent their entire working lives driving traditional petrol or diesel vehicles and a key factor in making a smooth transition is to communicate with them and get their buy-in.

“It’s also vital to understand the current opportunities, and limitations, these vehicles offer so that timely decisions can be made, and begin to budget around the financial implications and forecast what the fleet operation will look like in years to come.

“At Grosvenor Leasing, we have developed our new 0Zone service to guide companies operating vehicle fleets, large and small, smoothly through the process and plan ahead rather than react too late.”

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