Introduction of E10 petrol could save 750 kilotons of carbon a year – equivalent to taking 350,000 cars off our roads

Introduction of E10 petrol could save 750 kilotons of carbon a year – equivalent to taking 350,000 cars off our roads

Today’s announcement that E10 petrol is to be introduced from September 2021 is a significant step towards the decarbonisation of existing cars in the UK, on the way to our 2050 net-zero target.

Southampton City Council selects eSwingos to help meet carbon reduction targets

Southampton City Council has received the first of four all-electric eSwingo compact sweepers from Aebi Schmidt UK to help meet its environmental objectives under its Green City Plan 2030.

Show your best – have your content published in Fleet Vision International

What is coming up in Fleet Vision International’s Spring 2021 edition. We offer you the chance to get featured in front of 8,000 senior decision-makers in front-line fleet operations and essential services.

Copy deadline March 12
Advertising deadline – March 22

So, what is coming up, and how can you contribute?
Case study: front-line fleet operations
Industry interviews
Commentary
Electric and hydrogen vehicles
Surface treatment equipment: sweepers, sprayers, scrubbers and runway clearing
Mobile plant
Telematics, weighing, safety and diagnostic systems
Attracting talent – leadership
Driver training
Vehicle livery, wrapping, conspicuity and lighting in focusLogistics and delivery
Emergency services vehicles
Workshop management
OWL – focus on our partners
Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality – progress on eliminating air pollution

Contact the Editor Ann-Marie Knegt (07888692339) to discuss editorial or if you have a topic that is not on the list, but which will be of interest to our readership. The editor will consider publication based on merit to the readers.

Leadership special – Breaking down barriers to entry

Improving the diversity and inclusivity of the fleet industry is essential if the sector is to remain innovative and dynamic as we move into the next decade, Nathan Wilson from Allison Transmission tells Fleet Vision International. Words by Ann-Marie Knegt.

Clearing the air in Nottingham

Poor air quality accounts for up to 36,000 deaths each year in the UK. Around 400 of these deaths are in Nottingham. Matt Ralfe from Nottingham City Council, tells FVI how the council has put air quality and sustainability at the heart of its agenda and transformed its fleet in just four years.