The GreenFleet 100 Most Influential list is a mix of individuals that have helped the transport sector become greener.

These range from fleet managers to vehicle manufacturers, policy makers and green campaigners.

Elon Musk
11

South African entrepreneur Elon Musk founded Tesla Motors in 2003, with the aim of proving that electric cars could be better than petrol or diesel powered cars.

Gerry Keaney
12

Gerry and his team at the BVRLA tirelessly campaign on behalf of the association’s members and the fleet industry, which it believes is “disproportionately hit with a higher tax burden than other industries.”

Carlos Ghosn
13

The Nissan CEO announced several new technologies and partnerships at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas that he believes will advance electric mobility and safety.

Poppy Welch
14

Poppy leads the government and industry funded ‘Go Ultra Low’ marketing campaign to encourage acceptance and uptake of electric vehicles.

15

Colin makes the top 25 for operating a fleet of 13,000 home service vans, 100 of which are electric vans.

16

Chris has always been a pioneer of sustainable transport, consistently testing the latest technology and fuels from hybrids, bio-fuels and gases to electric vehicles.

17

When founders Jonny Goldstone and Tom Pakenham started the company in 2006, it was the very first environmentally friendly private hire company in London, with a fleet of entirely hybrids.

18

Michael is a well known in the world of low-emission transport. He led development of the Government’s first national carbon reduction strategy for transport in 2009 and then founded and led the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV).

Harald Krüger
19

In 2016, BMW hit a major milestone, delivering its 100,000th electrified vehicle since the launch of its BMW i brand.

Nicholas Brownrigg
20

Nick Brownrigg was appointed UK CEO of Alphabet in July 2016. Alphabet scooped a GreenFleet Award last year for Leasing Company of the Year due to the growth of their electric fleet which stands at 6,500.

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