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.

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Sam Clarke and Matthew Linnecar had the innovative idea to set up a company that uses an all electric fleet, which stands at 100, for last‑mile deliveries in city centres for other third party logistics companies and retailers.

Andy Eastlake
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Well known in the industry and a good friend to the GreenFleet team, Andy Eastlake was appointed as the LowCVP’s managing director in April 2012.

Calvey Taylor-Haw
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Calvey founded Elektromotive in 2003 and has many firsts to boast about. Elektromotive introduced the UK’s first public access charge point.

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David owns 203020 Electric in Dundee, a taxi firm with an all electric fleet of Nissan LEAFs, citing the city’s bad air pollution as the reason for the decision.

Rachael Dillon
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Rachel’s remit is to help decarbonise the logistics and freight sector, lobbying for government support and giving advice to the sector to take up green measures.

Quentin Willson
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Since early 2011, Willson has been the national spokesman for FairFuelUK campaigning for lower government fuel duty. Willson and the FairFuelUK Team have successfully pressured the UK government to defer 11p of duty rises, reducing the overall tax take by £5.5 billion in fuel duty.
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Derek makes the list for commissioning and operating the largest commercially operated zero emission bus fleet in the UK as well as the first retro-fitted double decker electric bus.

Andrew Benfield
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Andrew leads on all sustainable transport activities across the Energy Saving Trust group, including substantial programmes on ULEVs for the Department for Transport, Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV), Transport for Scotland and Transport for London.

Matt Dyer
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As managing director, Matt has overall responsibility for business performance and the strategic direction of LeasePlan UK across the corporate, SME and public sector and consumer market.

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Monica has more than 20 years’ experience in logistics and runs the University’s mixed fleet of 92 vehicles which run on hydrogen, electric and diesel.

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