How should you pay for green fuels?

Going green is increasingly important for all businesses. But it’s important to understand the ramifications of electrification. Are electric vehicles correct for your business? How do they fit the mileage profile of drivers? Is there the correct infrastructure at work…

Five SUVs that hit the green button

You might have seen that Rolls-Royce has done the unthinkable: produced the Rolls-Royce of SUVs – the Cullinan. Now, if like me you might find it hard to imagine Rolls-Royce drivers – or perhaps I should say the occupants within…

Once you plug in, there’s no turning back

Making that leap into the electric world of motoring is daunting. Of that I have no doubt. There’s much to consider, particularly for fleets: recharging infrastructure both at work and at home; range – is an electric vehicle (EV) viable…

Drivers of some diesels are being unfairly penalised

A new study suggests that drivers of the cleanest diesel cars are being unfairly penalised as their emissions fall well within the latest standards and are as clean as petrol-engined models. The latest figures from Emissions Analytics – which add…

Vehicle CO2 emissions creep up

So, here’s a conundrum. The CO2 emissions from new cars are better (ie lower) than those that they replace. On average, new and updated models in 2017 emitted -12.6% less CO2 than those that they replaced. Turning to new vans,…

Black cab driver goes green

You really know the world is changing when one of London’s black cab drivers swaps out of his iconic diesel cab into an all-new green cab. David Harris is the green convert, collecting the keys to the first LEVC (London…

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