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.


Ford Transit unveiled as diesel mild hybrid, coming mid-2019

Ten years ago, the idea of a ‘green van’ was pretty laughable. Vans are traditionally nonsense, bulky, bolshy workhorses and on the whole, the people that drive them aren’t bothered about what comes out the back-end. Fast forward to 2018…



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One in 12 new car buyers chose a hybrid or plug-in car in August

Sales of hybrid and plug-in cars almost doubled in August, despite being one of the year’s quietest months for the UK new car market. According to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), 7,489 alternatively fueled vehicles (AFVs) were…



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Getting creative with sustainability

“It’s not easy being green”, as a well-known frog once observed. It’s even less easy going green in the first place, especially if you run a fleet of expensive vehicles. If you’re feeling apprehensive about meeting your fleet sustainability targets,…



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Bracing for Brexit

Whether you’re for or against Brexit, it’s hard not to feel apprehensive about the impact it will have on the UK. Especially if you have an expensive fleet to manage. The Freight Transport Association (FTA) felt apprehensive enough to issue…



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Toyota hybrids dominate in Which? real-world fuel bill tests

Toyota’s hybrid cars give motorists more miles per gallon and lower annual fuel bills than their petrol and diesel rivals, independent research from Which? has found. The study, which looked at data from 123 different cars on UK sale since…



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