The 2021 GREENFLEET Awards is now open for entry
Taking place on December 1st at the British Motor Museum in Warwick, the 2021 GREENFLEET Awards will once again recognise pioneering vehicle fleets in the private and public sectors which have risen to the environmental challenge.
A key date in the industry calendar, the Black tie event celebrates the achievements of the fleet sector. Entry is free of charge.
The 2020 GREENFLEET Awards Winners announced
The winners of the 2020 GREENFLEET Awards have been announced. The online ceremony, hosted by one of the biggest names in the world of electric vehicles, Roger Atkins, and assisted by one of the leading stars in UK comedy, impressionist Luke Kempner, celebrated the fleet operators, companies and individuals that have successfully slashed transport emissions, helping with the UK's air quality and net zero agenda..
Despite the coronavirus pandemic disrupting our lives in 2020, the environmental agenda has not lost pace, demonstrated by the hard work of the winners and commended organisations at this year's awards.
Winning this year's GREENFLEET Award for Outstanding Achievement was Nissan GB for its work helping key frontline NHS staff get to and from work, in a safe and efficient manner, during the first coronavirus lockdown. Nissan provided a free car use service that included complimentary insurance and roadside assistance. And whilst vehicle production closed down, they used spare factory space and a team of volunteers to produce more than half a million protective aprons for NHS staff.
2019 GREENFLEET Awards winners announced
At a spectacular awards ceremony at the British Motor Museum, the winners of the 2019 GREENFLEET Awards have been announced.
Those responsible for pioneering efforts to reduce emissions from fleet vehicles were recognised in 20 categories. The GREENFLEET Award for Outstanding Achievement, sponsored by the Algorithm People, went to Milk & More for operating an ever-expanding electric fleet which will travel over 14 million miles a year, saving 3.4 million litres of diesel annually.