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Fleet and mobility


The drive towards electric vehicles


With climate change at the top of the political agenda, and governments across the planet setting increasingly ambitious carbon emissions targets, the need for companies to transition from fossil fuels to green alternatives has never been greater. Amid these broader transitions, it’s increasingly clear that company fl eet operators are part of the solution too – with consequences for both the planet and company balance books. Martin Morris chats to Steve Winter, head of fl eet at British Gas, to fi nd out more.


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espite having left the EU, Britain’s need to cut carbon emissions and switch to green technology is as urgent as ever. Indeed, as the quest to switch from fossil fuels to sustainable alternatives gathers pace, commercial vehicle fleet owners and operators are at the forefront of change.


That’s nowhere truer than at the very pinnacle of the industry – with the UK’s four biggest vehicle fleet operators recently joining the chorus for a ban on sales of new internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles. As members of the UK Electric Fleets Coalition, these companies are a small but important part


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