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Aviva launches electric vehicle salary sacrifice scheme with Zenith

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Aviva has chosen Zenith to provide its employees with an electric vehicle salary sacrifice scheme.

The salary sacrifice scheme aims to help the insurer reach net zero carbon by 2040, including a target of net zero carbon from its own operations and supply chain by 2030.

It has also increased the limit from £2,000 to £4,000 for its cycle to work scheme, opening up a wider choice of bikes to employees, including electric bikes.

Danny Harmer, chief people officer at Aviva, said: “Our people are hugely passionate about our net zero by 2040 goal, so we are looking for to practical ways to help them limit climate change.

“Aviva’s electric vehicle and cycle to work schemes are two ways we are supporting them to put this in place.”

Earlier this year, Zenith reported that an increasing demand for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) was driving record growth in salary sacrifice car scheme orders

The leasing company said schemes had been proving popular, with some customers achieving the largest number of orders since the launch of their schemes and an influx of employees who take a cash allowance.

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