Businesses are being given the opportunity to operate an electric vehicle (EV) for free for two months.
The Government has announced a further £20 million in funding to boost the number of on-street electric vehicle (EV) charge points.
Adopting e-cargo bikes can have significant cost, environmental and efficiency benefits for fleets – if used in the right circumstances.
Funding has been awarded to 18 local authorities from the £2 million ‘eCargo Bike Grant Fund’ by the Energy Saving Trust.
Mike Thornton has taken over the reins of the Energy Saving Trust Chief, replacing Philip Sellwood as chief executive officer (CEO).
Public charging infrastructure is a major consideration when switching to electric vehicles (EVs) and is vital where drivers do not have off-street parking.
Providing the right training to electric vehicle drivers has safety and efficiency benefits for your fleet.
Energy Saving Trust wants to help fleets lessen their impact on the environment, says new transport boss Tim Anderson
Fleets have been urged to work together and consider cutting vehicle numbers to help the UK achieve ‘net zero’ emissions.
Philip Sellwood will step down in March 2020 and be succeeded by the organisation’s Group Director of Operations, Mike Thornton.
Awards celebrate organisations ‘delivering a cleaner and more efficient future for transport across the UK’.
Organisations are being given the chance to apply for up to £200,000 of Department for Transport funding towards ecargo bikes – four times the amount they could previously apply for.
A third of grey fleet drivers say their cars are not insured for business
Matthew Eastwood is to leave Energy Saving Trust (EST) at the end of this month to take up a new role with multinational ride-hail taxi service Uber.
The eCargo Bike Grant Find is now live, with £2 million available for businesses looking for a last mile delivery solution.
Energy Saving Trust has developed a web tool to give used car buyers an insight into the running costs of a used electric vehicle.
EST has helped 360 fleets save £47m and 66,000 tonnes of CO2
Fleets from throughout the UK have been recognised for their work to reduce their impact on the environment at the Energy Saving Trust’s Fleet Heroes awards.
Finalists for the Fleet Heroes Awards 2018 have been announced, with the winners due to be revealed on Tuesday (November 27) at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms in central London.
The Energy Saving Trust (EST) has launched a new scheme to bring local authorities and businesses together to try and create clarity over Clean Air Zone projects.
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