Now in its fourth year, the BVRLA report continues to assess progress across the key areas of zero emission vehicle demand, infrastructure and supply for cars, vans and HGVs. It recognises the diversity of the UK fleet sector and that the journey is proving more challenging for some segments than others. This year sees the addition of key performance indicators (KPIs) to start to create objective metrics around the UK’s progress on the Road to Zero.
The association has published its sustainability credentials for 2022, showing BEV uptake and Clean Air Zone compliance across different fleet segments. The credentials are continually improving and show how the fleet sector is leading the way in the electrification of the total UK car parc.
The 2021 edition of the BVRLA's annual Road to Zero Report Card not only assesses progress towards zero emission fleets in terms of EV supply, EV demand and charging infrastructure, but also for the first time compares progress for cars, vans and trucks.
The BVRLA Fleet Sustainability Credentials show that the rental and leasing sectors are already leading the transition to cleaner transport. 100% of rented, leased and car club cars are Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) compliant and 99% of rented vans (96% of leased vans) are as well.
Christina Calderato, Head of Transport Strategy and Planning at Transport for London writes to inform members of the where, when, and why of the ULEZ expansion from this October.
In a Greenfleet magazine’s special feature for SME’s, the BVRLA’s Andrea McMahon highlights how the vehicle rental and leasing sectors can help small businesses by giving them more flexibility and less risk when adopting a sustainable fleet.
Writing for EV Fleet World Magazine, the BVRLA's Andrea McMahon highlights how the increasing emergence of Clean Air Zones will boost demand for cleaner vehicles.
Writing for Commerce & Industry Magazine, the BVRLA's Andrea McMahon writes about the benefits of vehicle leasing
Rivervale’s Chief Operating Officer, Vince Pemberton looks at adding value and using innovation to encourage the switch to electric.
With Birmingham launching its Clean Air Zone (CAZ) on Tuesday 1 June, road users are being reminded to assess the impact on their journeys and explore options for upgrading non-compliant vehicles.
Writing for EV Fleet World Magazine, the BVRLA's Communications Manager Andrea McMahon highlights how the rental and leasing industry has been driving the demand-side of road transport decarbonisation.
The BVRLA has published its latest Quarterly Leasing Survey showing that average CO2 emissions for members’ new car registrations have fallen below 100g/km for the first time ever.