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.

Amanda Lyne

Amanda set up Ulemco to commercialise hydrogen combustion technologies, particularly for transport. She is also deputy-chair of UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association.

Seifi Ghasemi


Air Products has installed many of the UK’s hydrogen refuelling stations and is leading the HyTEC project to prepare for commercially‑available hydrogen vehicles.

Jon Lawes

Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions works with some of the UK’s largest commercial vehicle, car and HGV fleets. The company has recently had a restructure to create one business with three market sales channels.

Nick Molden, Founder and CEO, Emissions Analytics

Emissions Analytics uses portable devices to measure emissions in the real world and is vocal about the failings of the current NEDC test. Nick Molden recently teamed with Next Green Car to give more accurate NGC ratings.

Adrian Felton

Adrian is continuing to develop Volvo’s Electro Mobility strategy. The Volvo B5LHC Double Deck Electric Hybrid is the newest addition to the firm’s EV range.

Thomas Schmidt

Thomas heads up TomTom Telematics, which has been recognised as Europe’s largest, and fastest-growing, provider of fleet management solutions by analyst firms Berg Insight.

Katie Colledge‑Price

Katie added two Nissan LEAFs to Microsoft’s company car scheme after staff trailed a variety of vehicles. Two 32-amp quick chargers were installed at the Reading HQ.

Robert Drewery

The lightweight, fully electric, Metrodecker EV will go into service in central London in early 2017 to prove the concept and provide feedback to aid further development.

Dr William Wright CBE

Last year Wrightbus launched the StreetAir EV and a new zero‑emission hydrogen fuel cell bus, which it plans to put into full‑scale production in 2017.


West Lothian’s efforts to engage with the public about green driving have seen a Mobile Vehicle Emission Testing Van go out and offer to test vehicles and give advice on emissions.


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