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.

Hedges cut traffic pollution in half, research finds

Planting hedges by the sides of roads could be enough to cut dangerous pollution coming from traffic in half. This is according to new research from the University of Surrey’s Global Centre for Clean Air Research (GCARE), which conducted a…

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Businesses with green fleets appealing to consumers, poll finds

There are a number of incentives for businesses to adopt greener fleets, but a new poll has shown that impressing potential customers could be a particularly important one. Britons appreciative of environmental measures According to a survey by Lex Autolease,…

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Renault to use 100% recycled fabrics in new Zoe

French automotive giant Renault has announced all upholstery and materials in its new Zoe model will come from recycled sources using a unique new textile product. The new material has been developed by Renault in partnership with Filatures du Parc,…

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Fleets split over petrol and diesel phase-out plans

The opinions of fleet drivers are divided over when petrol and diesel-powered vehicles should be phased out, according to a new poll. Research carried out by Fleet News found 50.4 per cent of respondents were against an outright ban on…

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Consultation launched into green number plates for zero-emission cars

A new public consultation has been launched as part of the government’s ongoing Road to Zero Strategy, to examine the impact of introducing green number plates for zero-emission vehicles. It follows the unprecedented increase in the number of zero-emission vehicles…

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