Category : Opinions
Following last week’s Fit for 55 announcement by the European Commission, David Borland, EY’s UK&I automotive leader, comments on the proposals’ impact on automakers.
Chris Black, commercial director at LeasePlan UK, on why mitigating fleet risk is so important and the repercussions of not taking action.
Alberto De Monte, business segment director OEM, EV and sustainable mobility at Masternaut, on the case for electric vehicles and how fleets can demonstrate it to … Read More »
Peter Millichap, marketing director at Teletrac Navman, on how digitisation has been the saviour for many businesses during the pandemic.
Sue Branston, country head of Fleet Logistics UK and Ireland, on why fleets should be thinking about all things EV now and the starting steps in … Read More »
Adam Hall, director of energy services at Drax Group, on how telematics can be an invaluable tool for creating an optimised, sustinable fleet.
John Messore and Peter Moroz, managing directors at Innovation Professional Services, comment on the recent judgement in the case of Laing O’Rourke Services Ltd (Laing) v … Read More »
Chris Abbotson, national sales manager, Autoglass, on the challenges the repair industry face as electric vehicle adoption increases and what companies should be doing in preparation.
André ten Bloemendal, vice president, Europe, ChargePoint, on the European diesel ban and what this means for fleets.
Adam Hall, head of electric vehicles at Drax EV, dives into the whole debate around fast vs slow chargers and says that in many cases slow … Read More »
New research indicates that large numbers of fleet managers aren’t aware of electric vehicle incentives. Chris Black, commercial director at LeasePlan UK, looks at what’s on … Read More »
Peter Millichap, marketing director at Teletrac Navman UK, on how the work of the UK’s unsung transport heroes is now being better recognised.
Matthew Walters, head of consultancy services and customer value at LeasePlan UK, urges fleets to start planning for the 2030 ICE ban and warns that nine … Read More »
Jon Lawes, managing director, Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions, on how funding the transition to mass EV uptake will require collaboration between the private and public sectors.
Concern about access to charging points is one of the main barriers to wider adoption of electric vehicles in fleets, but Mike Todd, CEO of Volkswagen … Read More »
Adam Hall, head of electric vehicles at Drax, speaks to Fleet World about its work to help fleets electrify, its 2021 ambitions.
Geoff Murphy, charge project lead at SP Energy Networks, on making the ‘business case’ for public charge points.
Following the news that the Government wants to break the monopoly of Ecotricity electric vehicle chargers at motorways, Adrian Keen, CEO at InstaVolt, comments on why … Read More »
Kevin Booker, IT systems and fleet officer at the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority, took the Eco Superstar title at the 2021 Fleet World Great British … Read More »
Last week saw the Plug-in Car Grant drop from £3,000 to £2,500 per car while the cost-new cap dropped to £35,000. Rupert Pontin, director of insights, … Read More »
Alison Argall, Tusker’s business development director, talks to EV Fleet World about how salary sacrifice is contributing to the growth in sales of EVs.
Vehicle movement specialist Engineius is looking to grow its profile as it positions itself as the go-to movement provider across the fleet sector.
2021 is the year for the EV charging infrastructure to shape up, according to Cecilia Routledge, global head of e-mobility at EV charging specialist CTEK.
Matthew Walters, head of consultancy and customer data services at LeasePlan UK.
Aside from Brexit, three other key areas will continue to influence the automotive sector’s response post Covid-19, says Mike Todd, CEO at Volkswagen Financial Services (VWFS).