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Fleet support

Our fleet support could save your fleet up to £300,000 and 250 tonnes of carbon dioxide every year*.

Our fleet reviews follow a simple process based on an understanding of your organisation’s needs:

  1. an initial meeting with an Energy Saving Trust fleet support manager to understand your needs and objectives, as well as current fleet infrastructure, processes and costs
  2. we will carry out a full analysis of your fleet’s data and produce our recommendations in an in-depth report. Your fleet support manager will then present our recommendations to you to allow you to fully discuss these and ask any questions you may have. You may qualify for additional support to help implement any recommendations
  3. your fleet support manager will follow up with you after 6 and 12 months to review progress and see what additional help and advice they may be able to offer

For more information and to learn about other ways we can help you, download our fleet support leaflet.

*Based on clients between 2018-19. Carbon dioxide savings include other greenhouse gases (CO2e).

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Green fleet reviews 

Carried out by our fleet support managers, green fleet reviews evaluate how sustainable a fleet operation is and identify opportunities to reduce emissions, fuel costs and expenditure.

The review will take the form of a comprehensive report, providing advice on vehicle choice, fuel economy, mileage reduction strategies, grey fleet management and staff engagement.

Download our factsheet to read more about this review, how it can benefit your organisation, and how to apply.

Air quality fleet review

The nationwide introduction of clean air zones (CAZs) and the ultra low emission zone (ULEZ) in London can be daunting, but our air quality fleet reviews can help you understand how your fleet contributes to air pollution, and identify ways to reduce this and avoid charges.

Depending on your fleet size and business needs, you will receive a short review or a full fleet report, providing advice on poor air quality, your fleet vehicles and their Euro emission standards, and how to comply with CAZs and the ULEZ. For larger fleets, the report will include further information.

Download our factsheet to read more about this review, how it can benefit your organisation, and how to apply.

Ultra low emission vehicle review 

This review will identify where plug-in or alternatively-fuelled vehicles could be appropriate and cost effective for your fleet.

The review is a four-step process:

  1. identify opportunities to replace existing vehicles with plug-in alternatives
  2. analyse and compare whole-life costs for potential replacement vehicles
  3. consider operational aspects such as recharging within duty cycles and route optimisation
  4. guidance on driver acceptance and education

Download our factsheet to read more about this review, how it can benefit your organisation, and how to apply.

Grey fleet review

Do your employees use their own vehicles for business purposes? This is known as ‘grey fleet’, and has significant financial, environmental, air quality and safety implications, all of which can be mitigated with the help of our grey fleet review.

The review will take the form of a detailed report, providing a profile of the vehicles being used as grey fleet, an introduction to a travel hierarchy, potential alternatives to grey fleet, duty of care implications, and advice on pool cars, daily rental and car clubs.

Download our factsheet to read more about this review, how it can benefit your organisation, and how to apply.

HGV review 

Reviewing your freight and heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) is an important aspect of fleet management, and our HGV review is the best place to start.

This review can determine how sustainable an HGV fleet operation is, explore opportunities to reduce emission and fuel costs, and demonstrate how best practice, new technologies and different fuel types could be applied to reduce future expenditure.

Download our factsheet to read more about this review, how it can benefit your organisation, and how to apply.

Fleet briefings and webinars  

You can keep up-to-date with the latest developments in sustainable business transport and news about our projects, webinars and newly published best practice guides by signing up to our monthly Fleet Briefing newsletter below.

You can also listen to our transport experts discuss key topics and interact with your questions, via our regular webinars.

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Last updated: March 17th, 2021