Fleet Sustainability Blog

The Green Journey cuts through the fog of confusion around fleet sustainability, providing fleet managers and operators with a clear roadmap for reducing emissions and costs.


Plug-in Mercedes E-Class hybrid coming spring 2019

Mercedes-Benz has revealed all on its new E-Class plug-in hybrid, due spring 2019. Badged as ‘E 300 de’, the diesel-electric mid-size executive cruiser will be available as a saloon or estate, priced at £47,700 and £49,700 respectively. Merc says that…



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Small but vital | Rainforest insect populations are collapsing

Humanity has wiped out 60% of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles since 19701. But this terrifying statistic ignores the invertebrates. This army of insects makes up over two-thirds of terrestrial species and supports every living thing. Insects are not just…



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Plug-in hybrids no longer benefit from Plug-In Car Grant

The Plug-In Car Grant no longer reduces the cost of plug-in hybrid cars and only benefits pure electric cars, after the government made revisions to the long-running scheme. Initially introduced in 2011 to kickstart the electric vehicle market, the grant…



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Every new Vauxhall will be hybrid or electric from 2024

Vauxhall is ploughing ahead with its electrification plans as the car maker revealed its goal of having every new model being a hybrid or pure electric vehicle within six years. The brand will launch eight completely new or refreshed models…



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Millions of Toyota hybrids recalled over dangerous stalling fault

More than 2.4 million hybrid Toyotas have been recalled globally due to a system fault that causes them to stall and completely lose power. The recall concerns around 55,000 UK-based Prius and Auris Hybrids, but in the wider world, it…



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