The clock is ticking again for the duty differential for bio-diesel from used cooking oil, with its planned withdrawal in April 2012, says the UK Sustainable Bio-diesel Alliance

Costing just pennies to run and with no tailpipe emissions, now is the right time to add electric motorcycles to your fleet, writes the Motorcycle Industry Association

The Energy Technologies Institute has been tasked with finding the most sustainable, secure and affordable way to seamlessly integrate green vehicles into the UK

With petrol prices at record levels and the trend continuing upwards, fuel-efficient driving is no longer an ethical nice-to-have – it’s essential, urges IAM Drive & Survive

Plans have been put in place to create the right conditions for electric vehicles to thrive in the capital, making electric driving a genuine option for more Londoners. Isabel Dedring, the Mayor of London’s Environment Advisor, explains further

In the UK, we’re not used to driving in the extreme weather conditions experienced recently. But with a little education we can deal with them much more safely, writes IAM Drive & Survive’s Simon Elstow

From taxis to London buses, hydrogen vehicles are cropping up all over the UK – a trend that’s set to continue, writes Ian Williamson, President of the European Hydrogen Association

Is outsourcing merely a way for managers to achieve cost efficiencies or are there other benefits, asks Martyn Hart, Chairman of the National Outsourcing Association

Iron Mountain scooped the award for Private Sector Fleet of the Year (+250 vehicles) at the 2010 GreenFleet Awards. Rory Morgan, the company's logistics general manger, shares how this success was achieved

In October 2007 Stagecoach launched its Bio-bus initiative in Kilmarnock – a fleet of nine buses that run on 100 per cent biofuel made from recycled cooking oil. Bryony Chamberlain, managing director, Stagecoach West Scotland, explains the project


Making sense of the vast amount of data produced from telematics can often be daunting, resulting in opportunities being missed and actions not being taken. Our expert panelists share their advice on how to make sure valuable fleet information is not getting lost

Telematics generates vast amounts of data which needs to be digested and acted on if any benefits are to be realised. But how well are fleets using data? And do companies have a moral and legal obligation to act on reports of bad driving? We ask our telematics experts

Meet our new leasing experts, who in this first discussion, examine how new challenges such as Brexit, air quality and policy changes are affecting fleet managers

In the first of a new panel discussion, we ask our experts their views on how telematics have shaped and driven change within the fleet management profession, and why reluctance to use fleet technology still exists within some organisations

GreenFleet Expert Panel - Leasing

Can it pay to think differently about the way we travel? Our expert panelists examine how the new concept of ‘mobility’ is impacting the fleet sector

Expert Panel

Following the launch of the Department of Transport’s consultation into making charge points more accessible, GreenFleet’s expert panelists give their views on the key factors that will shape the electric vehicle market’s development in the near future.

GreenFleet Expert Panel - Leasing

How can leasing and contract hire firms help with the wider role of fleet management? And what role does the industry play in driving down emissions? We ask our new expert panel for their views.

Expert Panel - Telematics

Our telematics expert panelists share their thoughts on how technology has helped drive down road emissions, how telematics grows the appeal of electric vehicles, and how autonomous vehicles could benefit fleets in the future.

Expert Panel - Electric Fleets

GreenFleet taps into the minds of its expert panel to assess the place of electric vehicles in company car fleets and what the major barriers to adoption will be moving forward.

GreenFleet Expert Panel - Connectivity

Technology is changing the way we travel. GreenFleet quizzes its telematics expert panel on how connectivity is facilitating new mobility trends, aiding fleet management, and reducing CO2 emissions.

Toyota Proace Comfort Medium 1.6M D 115

With three lengths, two wheelbases and car-derived technology, the second-generation Toyota Proace offers commodious carrying capacity, and good on-road manners. Richard Gooding also finds the latest range of Euro 6 engines add economy skills to the Japanese van’s CV

2018 Nissan LEAF Tekna 40kWh

The original Nissan LEAF was a trailblazer, the first big-selling pure electric car. Eight years and 300,000 cars later, there’s a second-generation version. Richard Gooding finds that a longer driving range, a more powerful electric motor and easier-on-the-eye styling are just a few of the advances

 Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid Premium SE

The Plug-in Hybrid is the last of Hyundai’s Ioniq family to arrive, but does it offer the best benefits of all-electric and hybrid running? Richard Gooding tops up his knowledge on the South Korean newcomer

Enabling the adoption of Zero Emission Freight Vehicles - Electric Trucks to ensure a reduction in GHG, NOx, SOx and PM emissions to improve air quality and contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals.