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And the winners are.

The GreenFleet winners have now been find more details and there’ll be more online at

City Car Manufacturer

Sponsored by Motion

Winner: Peugeot

The of the 208, which is lighter and than its predecessor, brings new of low CO2. Every diesel is now below 99g/km and from Even the petrol models, new 3-cylinder engines feature CO2 99g/km.

Four of the five engines are equipped with the Stop and Start technology, uses a reverse polarity to produce seemless re-starting and fuel wastage.

Private Company

Sponsored by Cordic

Climate Cars

Now in its fifth Climate Cars has over 100 Prius hybrids and has recently fully electric Fluence to the after working with to secure two of the first models to hit the UK, ahead of public release. The of hybrid and fully electric plus GPS driven dispatch emissions down considerably. One of its clients now has a Fluence on site a dedicated parking bay next to the point

Driver Training

Sponsored by Big Green Book

Energy Saving Trust

its Smarter and Fuel Efficient instruction, to date the Energy Trust (EST) has trained 30,000 drivers from than 500 organisations including EDF Microsoft, Procter Gamble, NHS Trust and Oxford City The training, subsidised by the Department for and Transport Scotland, can improve consumption by around 15 per cent. with partners in the UK and Europe, EST conducted extensive research on the and behavioural issues associated reducing fuel consumption.

found that 100 per cent of found the techniques learned the training to be useful in day-to-day The emphasis on greater awareness and also brings safety and reduces vehicle wear and This has been put to superb and has already helped hundreds of in the UK.

Electric Vehicle

Sponsored by EDF

Winner: Renault Kangoo

The Kangoo Z.E. was voted Van of the Year for 2012. It has the same as the internal combustion model, a synchronous electric motor rotor coil. The vehicle is by a 22 kWh lithium-ion battery pack delivers a combined-cycle range of 170 km varies depending on factors as type of road, temperature, or driving style.

Top speed is electronically to 81mph.

Fleet Car

sponsored by Rockingham

Winner: BMW

The BMW Group corporate sales bank has a 45 per cent share of with 120g/km of CO2 or less. The has established ecological and social throughout the value chain, and a commitment to conserving resources is an part of its strategy. As a result of its the BMW Group has been ranked leader in the Dow Jones Sustainability for the last seven years.

IT Award

Winner: Trimble

The is a one box vehicle diagnostics solution will fit any vehicle type, real-time diagnostics on driver vehicle condition, faults, efficiency and CO2 emissions. The TVG-660 a remote view of engine to ascertain vehicle health having to interrupt service in the allowing for improved fuel and reduced repair costs proactive engine monitoring and

Light Commercial Vehicle

Sponsored by Michelin

Winner: Professional

Fiat Professional’s is available with Bi-Link StartStop, eco:Drive Professional and state of the art MultiJet diesel eco:Drive Professional allows deceleration, gearshift and speed to be saved onto it automatically. Van can enter various parameters as the load, and by analysing the impact on can adopt appropriate behaviour. as alternative routes etc.

Large goods vehicle

by Shell

Winner: Iveco

EcoStralis range optimises, possible, all vehicle features aerodynamics through to the engine, tyres and telematics to deliver up to per cent CO2 savings for long haulage. The company has already in excess of 6500 natural vans and trucks for operation in and offers UK fleets a comprehensive of gas models within its EcoDaily Eurocargo (medium) and Stralis range – available with outputs from 136 to 300 hp. Amongst the taking delivery of gas-powered in 2011/12 are Coca-Cola Enterprises, John Lewis Partnership and Council.

As with the natural gas EcoDaily Electric is designed, and sold by Iveco, which there is one supplier, one invoice and one to manage. Iveco is currently a diesel electric hybrid in refuse collection vehicles in

Leasing Company

Sponsored by

Winner: Automotive Leasing

already worked with 22 sector/not-for-profit organisations to encourage EV Automotive Leasing has big plans to uptake through continued and communication with  clients to concerns. In 2011, the company shape a grant-funding framework to the EV/diesel cost-gap, and was asked to a transportation spending advisory This year, Automotive became the only leasing to be invited on to E-cosse: the Scottish workshop for EV promotion.

A pioneering which encourages government is reinforced by its own risk-mitigation and ensures EVs are viable by working with manufacturers to negotiate EV battery buy-back agreements and residual values. Long-term, Automotive is monitoring the development of commercially hydrogen-powered vehicles, and reviewing the of Mercedes’ upcoming SLS AMG E-Cell.

Rental Company

Winner: Motion

Green Motion, a GreenFleet Rental Company of the Award winner, is passionate providing the most fuel and least polluting vehicles for the of rental, and strives to include the latest technologies, such as all and range extender vehicles, in its 2012 has seen the UK network with locations servicing airports and key metropolitan areas as far as Exeter and as far north as Edinburgh. the continuing tough climate, Motion has demonstrated that customers are willing to play part in reducing CO2 emissions, and has a growing trend for demanding the to go green. It is also the only rental company in the UK to guarantee the opportunity of renting congestion exempt vehicles and/or only vehicles.

This an industry first. The company to drive down emissions and is now focused on being the world’s rental company to operate CO2  of under 100g/km.


Winner: Vauxhall

This years industry winner was a clear choice. introduced Europe’s first into the UK Market. What the Ampera apart from EVs is its range extender, a small petrol-fuelled engine/generator which the electric motor (but not the

According to European Test (ECE R101) figures, the achieves 235.4mpg and combined emissions of just 27g/km.

Sector Fleet 
(below 250

sponsored by Fleetmatics

Winner: Cola Enterprises

Following a technical evaluation, the Coca-Cola Store Distribution Fleet 14 dedicated biomethane gas-powered into its North London earlier this year. locally-sourced fuel is landfill from household waste, the capture of latent energy from rubbish. An independent considered the entire CO2 associated the conversion, transport and dispensing of gas, and concluded that fuel is driving CO2 reductions of than 60 per cent. The introduction of vehicles has resulted in annual savings of 300 tonnes, as well as of 33kgs of particulate matter (97 per and 1590kgs of nitric oxide (86 per

Further opportunities for biomethane gas are being investigated.

During internal driver trainers also upskilled to SAFED and have since been with Coca-Cola’s own transport teams to further develop the of drivers.

Private Sector Manager of the Year

Sponsored by

Winner: Darren O’Donnell

Darren O’Donnell joined in 2005 as fleet engineer, and was to his current role in 2007 responsibility for logistics fleet Transport carbon reduction is a to his personal objectives, and emissions become an integral part of his KPI reporting. The fleet comprises 225 that completed 44,534 journeys during 2011, an annual transport carbon of 5,600 tonnes of CO2e. managed the introduction of a fleet of 14 gas-powered HGVs into the London operation in early

RENAULT Kangoo Van Z.E. – 22 kWh Li-ion

This locally-sourced fuel is from household waste, the capture of latent energy from rubbish. Green developed within warehousing operations have seen and hydrostatic drive systems reduce carbon. Darren is looking into lighter and hydrogen fuel cells to fork-lift trucks.

Zoe Powers, London Hire

Nigel Tesco

Private Sector (above 250 vehicles)

sponsored by

Winner: Tesco

Tesco has one of the distribution fleets in the UK delivering up to million cases to 2545 7 days a week. In 2007 made a commitment to reduce the CO2 per case delivered by 50 per cent by The ‘F Plan’ carbon reduction is built on four simple ‘f’ — fuller pallets, trucks/containers, fewer miles and economy.

A restructuring of the distribution network saw a from 36 depots to 26 depots, product closer to the shops road miles. Introducing coaching tools delivered a per cent reduction in fuel and reducing vehicle top speeds 56mph to 50mph also a further five per cent.

CO2 per case delivered has reduced by 51 per from the 2007 baseline. The F and the supporting activity has removed 111 miles from the roads 142,000 tonnes of CO2. year, plans to introduce fuel (CNG/diesel) vehicles further reduce emissions.

Sector Fleet (below 250

sponsored by Automotive Leasing

City of London Corporation

The governed is at the heart of London and is referred to as the ‘square mile’. It has levels of pollution and is an Air Quality Area for nitrogen dioxide and particles (PM10). The City of Corporation operates a mixed of over 200 vehicles, which six electrics, three hybrids and 50

It has strived to improve its environmental for a number of years, introducing a of policies to reduce carbon, dioxide and PM10.

Between the years 2008/9 and 2009/10, was a 16 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions, a 32 per reduction in NOx, and a 45 per cent in PM10. Enterprise Maintenance (EMS) took over the for waste collection in October and as part of the dialogue has recently six Mercedes Econics Electric Pack RCV’s which are to collect household, commercial and waste.

Public Sector (above 250 vehicles)

sponsored by Rent-a-Car

Winner: Tube Lines

have been reduced by 25 per since 2009 through vehicle and driver management at Lines, a founder member of the Operators Recognition Scheme. It a diverse fleet to provide a range of services — 1500 vehicles total 15 million km per annum. Five per of the fleet uses alternative including electricity, LPG and hybrids.

the car fleet averages an impressive of CO2.

Public Sector Manager of the Year

Winner: Telfer (Gateshead Council)

pioneering fleet programmes Gateshead is involved in see its fleet Graham Telfer make the Awards shortlist once Together with its partners, continually strives to explore new technologies. This commitment has the introduction of a range of groundbreaking that have benefited authorities across the North and reduced the Council’s carbon

Richard Smith (Yorkshire Service)

Vincent Dignam of London Council)

Rick (Wakefield District Housing)

Joe (West Lothian Council)

Achievement Award

Winner: BMW

Leadership in technology and engine is based on the ability to overcome the of interests between growing and optimised economy — in all and drive segments. Economy-minded as well as aerodynamic enhancements, to produce truly efficient Stop-start, brake regeneration and power steering have fitted to all four-cylinder 3-series 2007.

Further economy-minded include lowered suspension, gear ratios and reduced

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