2021's GF100 Most Influential now live


GREENFLEET has published its annual GF100 Most Influential list - a pick of the people that have shaped the zero and low-carbon fleet and transport sectors over the year.
The list is made up of individuals that are committed to carbon reduction and better air quality, and have made significant progress in their work. What's more, their success and enthusiasm encourages others to embrace sustainability. It covers people from a range of sectors including fleet, vehicle manufacturing, local government, energy, fleet suppliers, industry associations, and campaigners. What they have in common is their hard work to clean up transport and eliminate harmful emissions.

There are number of new entrants on the list, which has meant some considerable movement. Many of the new entrants are award-winners from the 2020 GREENFLEET Awards, such as Jiggs Bharij, head of fleet services at the Metropolitan Police, who manages a 600-strong fleet of alternative fuelled vehicles.

Other new entries include Stephen Arnold, who leads on Birmingham City Council's air quality work and Daniel Bentham, MD of ubitricity, which is now the UK’s largest public EV charging network.

Individuals from 100 to 51 have already been released, with the top 50 published today.

View the entire list in GREENFLEET magazine.

What's more, GREENFLEET has gathered some of the top influencers to speak at GF100 LIVE, an online event hosted by EV advocate Roger Atkins that will take place this afternoon. Register to take part here.
Congratulations to those on the list. For consideration on next year’s list, upload your nominations here