Delegtes at the Fleet News Green Summit are likely to gain an insight into some of the new transport policies of the Coalition with a minister in the new Government confirming attendance.
The event will outline actions fleets can take to cut emissions as well as reducing costs. The summit will present case studies on how other businesses set about tackling the green agenda, showing how being greener can improve image, win business and cut costs. While using less fuel can be achieved through choosing more efficient vehicles and driver training, reducing mileage can also have a significant impact.
Supported by the Energy Saving Trust and moderated by Quentin Willson, the event at the Hurlingham Club in London will offer manufacturers the opportunity to display their latest environmentally-focused technology and talk to fleets about future developments such as hybrids, electric vehicles and fuel cell technology.
To coincide with the Fleet News Green Summit & Expo, Fleet News will publish a special green issue on October 14. This edition will profile fleets and cars that are best-in-class for environmental initiatives, while features will address topics that will help companies to become greener.
Norman Baker, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport, will address delegates at the Fleet News Green Summit. He is expected to voice his thoughts on the Government¹s transport policy, its latest thinking on the environment and the vital role that fleets can play in reducing CO2 emissions.
Fleet News editor Stephen Briers said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for fleets to hear first hand from a transport minister about the Government¹s transport plans and how the Government intends to address issues facing fleets today.”
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