As a corporate fleet manager, a procurement officer or an energy manager, you may be strongly convinced that electric vehicles (EVs) are part of your future transport mix. Or perhaps you’re just EV-curious.
The concept of sustainability has long been relevant to the fleet industry, but the topic has really hit its stride in recent years.
We all think we want more choice. But is the paradox of choice stopping fleet managers from making the switch to electric vehicles (EVs)?
Electrifying your fleet is full of benefits for your company and they don’t need to stop once you’ve swapped internal combustion engines (ICE) for electric vehicles (EVs).
The news comes after concerns were raised about a conflict of interest
Environmental groups have asked the Prime Ministe to reconsider support for Drax’s plans for industrial scale biomass
Drax plans to build a new underground pumped hydro storage power station at its Cruachan power station in Scotland
We’ve already seen the decarbonisation of power generation, and the decarbonisation of transport is really gathering pace.
Electric vehicles pose a real opportunity for organisations with significant transportation needs.
As the UK works towards its net zero goals, electric vehicles (EVs) are more crucial than ever.