Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has taken delivery of five electric Renault ZOEs, as part of its plans to have an all electric fleet by 2026.
To help drivers get the best range out of the vehicles, Renault UK Regional EV expert Matt Kiziuk will be presenting EV best practice at three sites that the vehicles will be used from.
SNH, whose board is appointed directly by the Scottish Government, promotes, cares for and improves Scotland’s natural heritage. It advises the government on Scottish nature, habitats, and wildlife.
Vincent Tourette, Managing Director, Groupe Renault UK said: “Being able to support Scottish Natural Heritage with the roll out of their electric vehicle pool cars is something we are very proud of. We listened to our fleet customers and introduced Fleet Z.E. experts in order to support fleets in understanding the benefits and opportunities Renault Z.E. models can offer. It’s great to see that this initiative is proving to be successful.”
Sigmund Craig-Gould, Scottish Natural Heritage Fleet Manager, said: “Climate change is a global concern, and we are trying to do our part to tackle its effects by reducing our carbon emissions. These zero emission electric vehicles will help us achieve our goals, and meet the Scottish Government’s target of phasing out petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2032.”