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Fuel & Green

Environmental & fuel issues are a key part of any fleet policy, this section brings together key information regarding Green & Fuel topics, such as Advisory Fuel Rates.

TFL - Every Journey Matters

Presentation covering the ULEZ proposals is available to download below....


Highways England – Strategy to improve air quality

In the Road Investment Strategy the government committed £100 million to improve air quality, on and around the strategic road network, through to 2021. This strategy available to download below sets...


Emissions Testing of Vehicles - RDE & WLTP

Worldwide harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) is a replacement for the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) which was introduced in 1992. WLTP will measure a car or van’s individual CO2 val...


Getting Ready for WLTP

 The new lab test for measuring fuel consumption and emissions from carsUnder conditions defined by EU law, laboratory tests are used to measure fuel consumption and CO2 emissions from passenger ...


London Ultra Low Emission Zone and Toxicity Charge

Plans for a new Toxicity Charge and an Ultra Low Emission Zone in London could have a significant impact on fleet costs. The document available to download below, shared courtesy of Lex Autolease...


New plug-in grant levels - effective 1st March 2016

In April 2015, OLEV announced that the grant would be reviewed and qualifying vehicles would be classed in three separate categories, based on CO2 emissions and zero emission range. In December 2...


Go Ultra Low - Fleet Guide to Plug-In Vehicles

The Go Ultra Low Fleet Guide to Plug-In Vehicles is available to download below....


OLEV Call for Evidence - ULEV

Call for Evidence on Government measures to support uptake of ultra low emission vehicles from 2015-2050The Government has announced that it will provide £500 million to support the uptake of ultra l...


'Free' Fuel

Reviewed 11.11.14 - Almost 240,000 people remain in receipt of company paid for fuel used privately, but almost all would be financially better off if they gave up the ‘benefit’, Julie Jenn...