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Large fleet case studies

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Read our case studies to see how we’ve helped lower costs and reduce the carbon emissions from organisation’s fleet and operations.

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Case Studies

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Norfolk Community Health and NHS Care Trust Case study

Norfolk Community Health and NHS Care Trust

A case study of Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust on reducing grey fleet mileage.
West Yorkshire Police Case study

West Yorkshire Police

West Yorkshire Police worked with Energy Saving Trust on a review of grey fleet.
The University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Case study

The University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation

University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust integrated sustainable transport into a large organisation.
ALD Automotive Case study

ALD Automotive

A case study of ALD Automotive on installing workplace charging for plug-in vehicles.
Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Case study

Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation

Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust committed to a green travel plan to help employees reduce energy costs and carbon dioxide emissions.
South Yorkshire Police Case study

South Yorkshire Police

South Yorkshire Police maximised vehicle utilisation, introducing telematics and adopting fuel-efficient driving.
Leeds City Council Case study

Leeds City Council

Leeds City Council invested in low emission vehicles following comprehensive fleet reviews.
British Gas - Young Driver Academy Case study

British Gas – Young Driver Academy

A case study of British Gas on launching a Young Driver Academy to improve the safety of its employees and other road users.
DEFRA Case study


A case study of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs on transitioning their van fleet to zero carbon technologies.
Halton Borough Case study

Halton Borough

Following a fleet review carried out by Energy Saving Trust, Halton Borough Council acquired two electric vehicles on a two-year subsidised lease.

Last updated: 1 August 2023