The 'Ride & Drive' Electric Vehicle Showcase and Workshop has invited local businesses on October 5, at Nottingham Racecourse.
Fleet operators will receive guidance with a transition to a zero emission future at Fleet Live.
Adding low emission vehicles to a fleet can cut CO2 and costs. But what does an organisation need to consider? Andrew Ryan reports.
Organisations wanting to add electric vehicles to their fleets have traditionally faced many barriers, but these are being solved. Andrew Ryan reports
As a result of air quality debates, Fleet News editor invites industry figures to have their say in the Fleet Budget Manifesto
Council says it recognises the need to work with business over the next 12-18 months in order to make Scotland’s first low emission zone “proportionate”.
The Government needs to provide fleets with more certainty over vehicle taxation and incentives to help better support electric vehicle uptake.
Fleet decision-makers should ensure plug-in vehicles are ‘fit for purpose’ before replacing diesel or petrol cars and vans.
Despite pressure from Government, the city authority will not confirm plans until after its local elections. Stephen Briers reports.
Fleets need to be clear on how their operations will be affected by the introduction of clean air zones (CAZs) in order to minimise any cost implications or disruption.
Derby City Council are in no rush to jump on the 'CAZ charging bandwagon' and will try alternative methods to meet air quality obligations.
Leeds City Council sayst feedback from fleets at a roundtable hosted by the local authority will play an important role in shaping its clean air zone (CAZ).
ALD Automotive has had its contribution to reducing fleet emissions endorsed by winning two Energy Saving Trust Awards.
The Energy Saving Trust has announced the 28 fleets, organisations and suppliers shortlisted for the Fleet Hero Awards 2017
The Energy Saving Trust has shortlisted 31 fleets, suppliers and vehicle manufacturers for the 2016 Fleet Hero Awards.
Hundreds of thousands of English businesses could be wasting £1 billion every year simply because of misconceptions about how to reduce fuel costs.
The nation’s grey fleet consists of 14 million cars and costs employers more than £5.5 billion a year in mileage claims and car allowances, research suggests.
Analysis of 1,900 on-road coaching sessions shows substantial fuel savings when incorporating eco techniques into standard driver training courses.
The Energy Saving Trust is working with IFC Fleet Services Group to offer consultancy services to fleets.
The Energy Saving Trust and AA DriveTech have teamed up to build eco driving techniques into AA DriveTech’s core driver training courses.
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