The IT Innovation award examines the latest advancements in fleet technology, including fleet management software, telematics, route tracking and other IT related transport technology.

2020 Winner: Electric Zoo

This award recognises efforts to offer lower CO₂ models and incorporate a robust environmental policy into present and future operations.

2020 Winner: Onto

This award will be presented to the leasing company that has made the biggest strides towards environmental considerations in its leasing policies.

2020 Winner: Grosvenor Leasing

This category is presented to the car manufacturer that has improved CO₂ ratings of its standard fleet offerings and expanded the range of lower CO₂ models and alternatively fueled options available to fleet customers.

2020 Winner: Volvo

Presented to the manufacturer of either a commercial or consumer PHEV that has demonstrated the best performance and best suitability for purpose in its class.

2020 Winner: Volvo

Presented to the EV manufacturer with the most impressive launch or sales performance over the period.

2020 Winner: Kia Motors UK

This award recognises the efforts made by manufacturers to reduce CO₂ and increase fuel economy in the Light Commercial Vehicle Sector

2020 Winner: Maxus UK

This award recognises advancements in the Large Goods Vehicle Sector (Over 7.5 Tonnes).

2020 Winner: Fuso Trucks

This award will recognise the efforts of vehicle charging and refuelling infrastructure providers and the progress made in rolling out low carbon infrastructure across the UK.

2020 Winner: Elmtronics

2020 AV Champions

Jon Hunt
Graham Thomas
Andy Eastlake
Amanda Lyne
Jonny Goldstone

Each year, the GreenFleet Awards recognises individuals working in the automotive industry which have championed the cause of Electric Vehicle uptake.

2020 EV Champions

Nigel Morris
Sukky Choongh
Shayne Rees
Lorraine Fellowes
Jonny Berry

This award is presented to the organisation that has introduced a new technology, practice or method that reduces fuel consumption and emissions and demonstrates innovation in its design and/or implementation.

2020 Winner: GRIDSERVE

Awarding the UK private sector organisation with a fleet of less than 300 vehicles that can demonstrate a reduction in CO₂ and other pollutants through fuel efficiency programmes, green fleet management and driver awareness training.

2020 Winner: Nicholls Transport

Awarding the UK private sector organsation with a fleet of more than 300 vehicles that can demonstrate a reduction in CO₂ and other pollutants through fuel efficiency programmes, green fleet management and driver awareness training.

2020 Winner: Mitie

Awarding the UK public sector organisation with a fleet of less than 300 vehicles that can demonstrate a reduction in CO₂ nd other pollutants through fuel efficiency programmes, green fleet management and driver awareness training.

2020 Winner: Gloucestershire Constabulary

Awarding the UK public sector organisation with a fleet of more than 300 vehicles that can demonstrate a reduction in CO₂ and other pollutants through fuel efficiency programmes, green fleet management and driver awareness training.

2020 Winner: Aberdeen City Council

City Cars are classified as cars with tailpipe CO₂ emissions of less than 120 g/km.

2020 Winner: Toyota

Europcar Mobility Group

Recognising an individual currently working as a fleet manager in a private sector company that has demonstrated a commitment to making carbon reduction a priority in their day to day duties, and has promoted green fleet practices to other parts of their organisation.

2020 Winner: Gary King - Sainsbury's & Argos

Recognising an individual currently working as a fleet manager in a UK public sector organisation that has demonstrated innovation, dedication and a commitment to making carbon reduction a priority in their day to day duties.

2020 Winner: Jiggs Bharij - The Metropolitan Police