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Aggreko sets 2030 net-zero fleet goal

Sarina Vale, Aggreko UK vehicle fleet manager

Aggreko UK, the supplier of temporary power generation and temperature control equipment, has commited to be net-zero by 2050. It has set an even earlier target for its fleet, with all cars and commercial vehicles (CVs) to be net-zero by 2030.

Currently, hybrids comprise 68% of its company cars, while the journey to electrify its CVs is just beginning.

Vehicles accounted for 42% of Aggreko UK’s CO2 emissions output in 2020, making it a major focus for the business. The priority is for efficient and environmentally-friendly transport and travel.

To achieve net-zero by 2050, Aggreko has formed a working group looking at all areas of its operations including vehicles, the use of natural gases, fuels for its premises, refrigerant gases for units and electricity.

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