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.

Gordon Brown
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In 2001, VED was for the first time related to the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions of an individual vehicle. Environmental groups in the UK had been pressing for a reform of the VED regime for years.

Edmund King
52

Improving road safety across the country – and internationally – has helped AA President Edmund King gain an OBE in the New Year’s Honours List.

53

Within Edinburgh College, Robert operates a fleet of electric pool cars to provide staff with a sustainable, low-carbon transport options for intra‑campus and other corporate travel.

John Pryor
54

John Pryor was re-elected chairman of the Association of Car Fleet Operators (ACFO) for a further 12 month term. Pryor is the fleet and travel manager for Acadia Group, the fashion retailer, and his re‑appointment marks his third year managing the ACFO.

55

With more than 350 Toyota Prius in the fleet, the company is the largest private hire hybrid fleet operator in the UK.

56

West Yorkshire Police has been testing a variety of electric vehicles to assess their suitability for policing. These include the electric Peugeot Partner van for crime scene investigators, a range-extended electric BMW i3 for response scenarios, and an electric Nissan LEAF.

57

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead has started an AlphaCity Car-Sharing programme for its employees. Within months of replacing its pool car fleet the CarSharing scheme, the council is on track to achieve an annual saving of £100,000 on its staff travel costs as well as a 90 per cent reduction in the time required for pool car administration.

Zoe Powers
58

Zoe spearheads the sustainability and corporate responsibility agenda of the company. The passenger and courier fleet vehicles are all either zero or low emission, resulting in a 30 per cent reduction in tonnes CO2e.

59

Alan Baker scooped the GreenFleet Award for Private Sector Fleet Manager of the Year last year. By clearly demonstrating whole life costs to users, the average CO2 across the company car fleet of 2,400 vehicles is now just 101g/km today.

Judith Eadie, Automotive Leasing
60

Judith Eadie, account director for the specialist public sector division of LeasePlan, Automotive Leasing, was recognised at the 2014 Green Fleet Awards for her work with electric vehicles.

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