The 2020 GREENFLEET Awards moves online…

Due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, we made the decision to move the 16th GREENFLEET Awards online, with them being an important landmark in the UK fleet calendar. This year has proved to be one of the most challenging we can all remember and we didn’t want to let all the hard work that has gone into it, go unrecognised.

So, join us for a celebration of all that is clean and innovative in the UK fleet sector, on 02 December. Sponsored by The Algorithm People together with Maxus UK and others, we will gather online and await the announcements from our esteemed Awards Hosts. The ability to link up, chat, take to social media and enter some competitions for a bit of fun is what will make the 2020 Awards a unique experience, to match what has been a truly unique year.

Some of the biggest names in UK showbiz will be with us…

One of the biggest names in the world of EV, Roger Atkins, is set to don his dicky-bow and squeeze into his tux and join us LIVE for a couple of hours for what promises to be the perfect way to see out this difficult year. He will be ably assisted by the rising star in UK comedy, impressionist Luke Kempner. He recently presented Good Morning Britain’s very own ‘Marmite Man’, Piers Morgan, with his Spitting Image puppet and is now one of the key voices on the newly-relaunched show. Luke is joining us to add some light-hearted sparkle, courtesy of some of the most recognisable voices in UK showbusiness.


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.

Click here to view the winners