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Fleet advice and consultancy

Advice and support on decarbonising your fleet

Road transport is one of the largest contributors to the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions, amounting to around 22%. Fleets will need to make big changes to both their vehicles and operations to reach net zero.  

We can give you expert decarbonisation advice for your fleet and operation, helping you to reduce energy use and emissions. We can provide a detailed analysis of your fleet, with solutions to tackle any barriers, and recommendations for the changes needed, including the viability of fleet electrification. We work with public and private sector organisations.

Fill in the form below and we’ll get in touch to discuss how we can help. We’ll then follow up with a proposal and no-obligation quote for your operation, budget and timescales. 

What support do we offer?

Every fleet’s journey to decarbonisation is different. You can pick and choose exactly what support your fleet needs.  We offer any combination of the services below or, if you need something else, let us know. 

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Large fleet case studies


Transitioning to zero emission transport

Case studies

Local authority case study

Why choose Energy Saving Trust?

Energy Saving Trust is an independent organisation dedicated to promoting energy efficiency, low carbon transport and sustainable energy use. We aim to address the climate emergency and deliver the wider benefits of clean energy as the UK transitions to net zero. We empower householders to make better choices, deliver transformative programmes for governments and support businesses with strategy, research and assurance – enabling everyone to play their part in building a sustainable future. 

We have nearly 20 years of experience delivering fleet advice and consultancy to local authorities, NHS Trusts, housing associations, emergency service fleets, charities and government departments. 

Last updated: 21 November 2023