GreenFleetâ€™s pick of the most influential people that have shaped the zero & low-carbon fleet industry over the year
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100 Sathish Sethuraman Travel Plan Co-ordinator, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust As the driving force behind the Trust’s sustainable transport success, Sathish was recently announced as the individual making a difference at the Trust’s 2019 Building a Caring Future Staff Awards.
99 Gary Savage UK Managing Director, Mercedes/Smart Gary continues to lead Mercedes and Smart forwards in the UK, with its range of plug-in hybrids and newly launched electric EQC 4MATIC.
98 Amanda Lyne Chair, European Hydrogen Association and MD of Ulemco Angela Pisanu, editor, GreenFleet
Welcome to the fourth GreenFleet 100 Most Influential list. Despite a year of political and economic uncertainty, the fleet, transport and automotive sectors have forged ahead and achieved remarkable reductions in harmful emissions. This is thanks to the dedication and hard work of individuals that have driven a positive change. The GreenFleet 100 Most Influential is a chance to appreciate this excellent work and look back at the people that have shaped the zero and low-carbon fleet industry over the past year. This year we have taken out government ministers; while they may be the ones setting policy changes, it is how the industry reacts to such changes that should be recognised and applauded. When compiling the list, we once again wished we could go beyond one hundred, so vast was the amount of impressive people dedicated to environmentally-friendly transport. There are number of new entrants on the list, which has meant some considerable movement. Many of the new entrants are award-winners from the 2019 GreenFleet Awards. These include Seth Finkelstein from the Metropolitan Police Service, who is leading the Met on its quest to have a zero emission fleet by 2050; and Graham Thomas from Ocado, who is responsible for the online supermarket’s alternativelly-fuelled truck work, including investing £3 million in a natural gas refuelling station to power its 29 CNG biomethane trucks. There is also a handful of energy providers on the list, with many working in partnership with manufacturers, charge point providers and end-users to complete the green transport cycle. In addition, we’ve included a ‘Sector Top Three’ list, to show who the top influencers are within their sector. Congratulations to those on the list. For consideration on next year’s list, upload your nominations to gf100.greenfleet.net/form/submissions
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Having spent over ten years in the hydrogen and fuel cell technology industry, Amanda is a fountain of knowledge on the fuel. She is chair of the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association and MD of ULEMCo.
97 Mark Barrow Fleet Manager, Central Transport Unit, City of Swansea Council Mark manages Swansea Council’s 40 Peugeot Partner Electric vans – which is believed to be the biggest EV fleet for a Welsh local authority.
96 David Burke Specialist Sales Executive - Gas, Scania GB David’s specialist knowledge of gas as an alternative fuel has lead to many high profile customers adopting gas trucks, such as Waitrose.
95 NEW Laurence Drake Managing Director, DAF Trucks Laurence Drake took on the role of Managing Director in September 2019. DAF was commended in the 2019 GreenFleet Awards for its trucks that can run on cleaner fuels such as gas-to-liquid and biofuels.
94 Rob Lindley Managing Director, Mitsubishi The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has undergone revisions in 2019 to make it even more competitive. 2019 also saw Mitsubishi announce a partnership with OVO Energy to offer innovative green solutions to its customers.
93 NEW Simon King Fleet and Procurement Director, Mitie Simon has big EV ambitions for the company, having joined the EV100 initiative, achieved Go Ultra Low status, and signed the Clean Van Commitment.
LDV – supporting industry leaders in their commitment to greener motoring Mark Barrett, general manager, LDV UK & Ireland
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92 NEW Philip Fjeld CEO of CNG Fuels Philip is helping commercial fleets meet net zero targets, with its-soonto-be-complete network of large public-access Bio-CNG stations. The company also has plans to become the UK’s first supplier of carbon neutral fuel for HGVs using manure.
91 Dr Graham Cooley CEO, ITM Power Graham joined ITM Power as CEO in 2009 and leads the company in addressing the UK’s energy challenges through power-to-gas energy storage and hydrogen fuel. ITM has just received a £38M investment by global gas specialist Linde Gas to work together in offering a green supply of hydrogen into many markets.
90 NEW John Watkins Executive Chairman, Trakm8 2019 saw Trakm8 further expand its products and solutions to make fleets safer and more efficient. This included adding advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to the RH600 telematics camera, which include the ability to monitor distracted driving or driver drowsiness.
89 Hannah Collishaw Director, E.ON Drive UK Hannah is leading E.ON’s roll out of charge points in the UK. In October, the company opened its first ultra-fast charging point in the UK, at Birmingham Armada.
88 Norman Harding Corporate Fleet Manager, London Borough of Hackney Norman tackles emissions-reduction with creativity, using HVO biodiesel from waste cooking oil as a fuel for HGVs, as well as embracing electric vehicles and bikes for staff travel.
87 Andy Barratt Managing Director, Ford of Britain The Transit Custom Plug-in Hybrid has kicked off Ford’s EV efforts and has lead them to win What Van?’s Green Manufacturer of the Year award.
86 NEW Chris Lane Fleet Manager, University of Birmingham Chris is GreenFleet’s current Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year. During 2019, the university had achieved its objective of 40% of the fleet being alternatively fuelled vehicles by 2020 – a year early. E
As we move into a new year and a new decade, it’s time to up the ante in terms of our commitment to tackling climate change and making the fleet industry greener than ever before. GreenFleet and LDV UK & Ireland have a shared goal in the decarbonisation of the motoring industry and thankfully, many of the names in this issue, and those reading this right now, share our goal. By working together, I believe that our mission for 2020 and beyond is wholly achievable. It is for this reason that LDV is pleased to support GreenFleet’s Special 100 Most Influential Guide to Zero Emissions. As an industry, we can collaboratively support governmentlead action plans on carbon emissions and with the general election behind us, we can now focus on what the next step is in our goal for a low-carbon motoring industry. Now is the time to push our newly elected leaders to stay committed to the UK Government’s Carbon Emissions deadline for 2050. The next 10 years are crucial to the success or failure of that commitment. But we also need to look amongst ourselves as fleet managers, vehicle manufacturers and company figures and ask, what more can we do? As one of the few OEM manufacturers that can provide a full EV van fleet right now, we can and are helping organisations, businesses and individuals make that all-important switch to greener motoring. Manufactured by SAIC and distributed in the UK and Ireland by Harris Automotive Distributors, LDV is leading the charge for greener motoring in the UK and Ireland. LDV’s zero-emission EV80 range is available in four variations, including panel van, chassis cab, crew van and minibus – allowing businesses of all sizes and in all sectors decarbonise their fleet and help future proof their businesses. LDV’s newest edition to the EV fleet, the smaller e Deliver 3, is the first vehicle in our EV range to be manufactured as a zero-emission fully electric vehicle only and will be available to order from 2020. You can find out more about LDV’s EV range and the Go Ultra Low grant scheme at www.myldv.co.uk. FURTHER INFORMATION www.myldv.co.uk
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Celebrating the most innovative and influential people in the green fleet industry The GreenFleet 100 is a great reminder of how far we have come in the past 12 months, celebrating the most innovative and influential people working to build a better future for us all. There is such a huge amount of passion and potential in our industry; it is important that we continue to nurture and develop the leaders of tomorrow. 2020 is going to be another exhilarating year of change. The electric vehicle offering has never been broader, with a huge range of cars to choose from. The electric van market is really starting to take off – and we will even see trials of all-electric trucks this year. Charging infrastructure continues to grow and the stakeholders are starting to come together to make it bigger, better and easier to use. Initiatives like the JUICE joined-up infrastructure conference and exhibition, which we were proud to sponsor last year, show the appetite for collaboration between energy companies, charge point providers and fleets. The launch of the EV Energy Taskforce this month is the embodiment of this partnership approach – and it has made some bold recommendations to Government. It’s now up to the politicians to listen, understand and act on those proposals. Joined-up thinking on EVs is at the heart of The Algorithm People, as it is data which joins the dots between fleet operations, charging infrastructure and vehicles. Our software enables you to identify the routes and vehicles most suitable for electrification, based on the performance of EVs which are already available. More importantly, once you have purchased EVs, we ensure that you make the best possible use out of them. We can help you build a solid business case for investing in EVs now, by accurately modelling your environmental and financial return on investment. So if you’re investing in EVs this year, talk to us first.
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85 Edward Kulperger Senior Vice President, Europe, Geotab
Geotab has launched its Electric Vehicle Suitability Assessment tool (EVSA) which identifies which existing vehicles are a good fit for electrification, suggests suitable EV replacement models and quantifies how much can be saved in money and emissions.
84 Nicholas Brownrigg CEO, Alphabet Nicholas continues to take Alphabet forward as one of the UK’s leading providers of zero and ultra-low emission mobility providers, with the company managing around 650,000 leased cars and light commercial vehicles.
83 NEW Helen Lees Head of Electric Vehicles and Connected Services, Groupe PSA UK Helen leads Groupe PSA’s electrification strategy in the UK, which will see 15 electrified vehicles launched across all brands in the Groupe PSA portfolio in the next two years.
82 NEW Graeme Jenkins Head of Fleet & Remarketing, Suzuki GB Suzuki is GreenFleet’s current City Car Manufacturer of the Year, recognised for its self-charging 12 Volt Hybrid system fitted as standard on all Ignis models with manual transmission as well as two models from the Swift range, also with manual transmission.
81 NEW Tim Laver Managing Director, ALD UK Not only does ALD Automotive work alongside customers to embed EVs into their fleets, two thirds of its own fleet are PHEVs.
80 David George Director, MINI UK Putting Brexit complications aside, MINI is producing its new electric vehicle in its Oxford plant, with deliveries starting in March 2020.
79 Mike Potter CEO, DriveElectric & Crowd Charge DriveElectric has always strived to push the boundaries of electric-mobility, having first started working with electric vehicles in 2008 and recently having completed the Electric Nation project to test smart charging.
78 Matthew Morgan Operations Director, The Phoenix Works Commended for both Charging & Refuelling Infrastructure Provider and Industry Innovation at the 2019 GreenFleet Awards, the Phoenix Works continues to impress with its commitment to making charging electric vehicles easy and convenient.
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Using his extensive knowledge of greener transport gained at Islington Council, Chris is helping London Ambulance Service reduce its emissions, which is a huge undertaking given that ambulances have to work long shifts, power life saving electrical equipment, and be able to get to emergencies without any challenges.
76 Nicole Fletcher Head of Sustainable Development, London Fire Brigade Nicole continues to lead on the delivery of sustainability across the London Fire Brigade, including facilitating the development of an Ultra Low Emission Fleet programme and delivery of charging infrastructure across the estate.
75 Paul Balmont and Richard Falconer Directors, Co-Wheels In 2019, Co-Wheels stepped up its rollout of EVs – with new fleets going into Oxford and Bristol, as well as EVs across Scotland thanks to its partnerships with Housing Associations. Co-wheels also provides low carbon pool fleet management for numerous organisations.
74 Colin Ferguson Chief Executive Officer, The Algorithm People The Algorithm People was launched in April 2019 by Colin, who pioneered the use of algorithms in the fleet sector with his last company Route Monkey. The Algorithm People has now secured £500,000 of investment to develop ‘My Transport Planner’, which allows organisations to increase vehicle utilisation, cut costs and reduce emissions.
73 Sytse Zuidema CEO, New Motion Shell-owned EV charging operator NewMotion has reached more than 100,000 charge points in its roaming charging network in Europe. The company works with over 200 roaming partners to build this network, allowing EV drivers to roam seamlessly across 28 countries in Europe.
72 Nigel Morris EV Integration Manager, Active Build Centre, University of Swansea Nigel has developed the electric vehicle fleet at Swansea University which is now 70% fully electric. Nigel is now working at the university’s Active Build Centre, which generate enough energy from solar PV to be self sufficient and provide 24,000 EV miles from the surplus.
71 Alexis Percival Environmental & Sustainability Manager, Yorkshire Ambulance Trust Alexis continues to be the go-to person for expertise on greening emergency-service vehicles. Yorkshire Ambulance Trust is the first ambulance service in the world to introduce hydrogen-electric vans into its fleet and has 109 ambulances with roof solar panels.
70 Dr Ben Lane Director, Next Green Car & Zap-Map Ben’s co-founded company Zap Map is seen as the authority on the public charging infrastructure, giving accurate data on charge locations. In 2019, Zap Map introduced voice command on Google Assistant, and in 2020 wants to go further by integrating with open in-car dash systems Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. These features follow the success of Zap Map’s route planner which helps EV drivers plan longer journeys and ZapHome, a network of private charging locations owned by households and businesses who have chosen to share electricity with other Zap-Map registered drivers.
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77 Chris Rutherford Fleet Commercial Manager, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
69 NEW Gavin Jones Head of Fleet Corporate Service, Volkswagen Financial Services (VWFS) Fleet Gavin Jones fills the newly created role of head of fleet corporate service at Volkswagen Financial Services (VWFS) Fleet. The new role has been created to further support VWFS Fleet’s commitment to develop best in class customer service as well as enhancing its key supply partnerships.
68 NEW Andrew Doyle Director, Audi UK The arrival of the e-tron has spearheaded Audi’s move into all-electric mobility. With a 95kWh battery, a 248-mile range and the ability to fast charge at 150kW charging points, the luxurious SUV is a sign of things to come from the German company.
67 NEW Andrea Mckenzie Fleet Co-ordinator, Changeworks Andrea has driven an entire fleet transition at Changeworks, from one predominately consisting of diesel vehicles, to one dominated by electric vehicles and hybrids. As well as a reduction in NOx emissions, the average CO2 emissions per vehicle has reduced from 92 g/km to a 74 g/km and fuel purchasing has reduced by 25%. This led Changeworks to win GreenFleet’s Public Fleet of the Year in 2019.
66 NEW Chris Beattie Company Director, WEGO Couriers Chris was crowned a 2019 GreenFleet EV Champion for his commitment to sustainable delivery methods. WEGO currently has a vehicle fleet comprising of electric assist cargo bikes and trikes, BMW i3s, Nissan eNV200s and Nissan Leafs and is continuing its work to further reduce delivery emissions.
65 Charlie Jardine CEO, EO Charging Charlie’s company EO Charging was founded in 2015 and has made over 10,000 electric vehicle chargers, operates in over 30 countries, and contracts well-known blue chips including Addison Lee, EDF Energy, Sainsbury’s and Uber. The company was also involved in a ‘Low Emission Freight Trial’ with Gnewt Cargo and the Mayor of London’s office, and the ‘V2GO’ project, an Oxford-based vehicle-to-grid consortium. E Supported by
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2018 GreenFleet EV Champion Sara Sloman has brought her sustainable transport expertise to law firm Foot Anstey, where she is working to ensure quality policy, regulation and market compatibility for zero emission mobility providers.
63 NEW Toby Butler General Manager, e-mobility Europe, Shell Toby works to deliver Shell Recharge, Shell’s on forecourt electric vehicle charging service in the UK and the Netherlands, and works closely with IONITY and Shell New Motion to offer a range of charging solutions for EV drivers both at home and on-the-go.
62 NEW Richard Turnbull Head of EV Infrastructure, LEVC Richard is tasked with the EV infrastructure that supports the electric TX taxi by LEVC. He has secured a partnership with EO Charging to supply customers of its electric taxi with smart home charge points.
61 NEW Kevin King National Fleet Services Manager, Hermes Over the past 12 months, Hermes has progressed towards its target of reducing carbon emissions by 50 per cent by 2020, including growing its number of CNG trucks to 78. Each of these vehicles reduces CO2 emissions by over 80% compared to a comparable diesel Euro 6 vehicle, resulting in a reduction of around 150 tons of CO2 per vehicle per year.
60 NEW Caroline Sandall National Chair, ACFO Caroline became the new chair of ACFO in July 2019, and is working to better the fleet industry by giving its members insight on the impact of taxation and legislation, plug-in vehicles and alternative mobility options.
59 Peter Eldridge Director, ICFM Peter continues to use his long fleet industry experience to educate others in the profession, as well as speak out about the issues that matter to the industry.
58 NEW Fraser Crichton Corporate Fleet Operations Manager, Dundee City Council Fraser has worked tirelessley to make Dundee a leading EV-friendly city. The council has 100 electric vehicles on its fleet and has an ambition for all small vans and cars to be 100 per cent electric by 2025.
57 Paul Gatti Fleet Director, Royal Mail Paul is striving to make Royal Mail’s 41,500-strong van fleet as environmentally-friendly as possible. In 2019, it added a further 190 electric vans to its existing 100-strong EV fleet.
56 NEW Mark Gallagher Grosvenor Group
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64 Sara Sloman Zero Emission Mobility Lead, Energy Team, Foot Anstey LLP
Mark heads up 0Zone, Grosvenor Group’s dedicated green service, and won a BVRLA Industry Hero Award in 2019 for helping companies reduce their emissions and plan for alternative fuels.
55 Mike Belk MD, Mercedes Benz and FUSO Trucks UK Mike is responsible for Mercedes Benz and FUSO Trucks in the UK, with the aim of making trucks more connected, safe and fuel efficient. The electric 7.5 tonner FUSO eCanter continues to be deployed in fleets, such as Wincanton.
54 Kieron Alsop MD, Rolec EV Rolec EV continues to make a significant impact on the EV industry worldwide with over 150,000 charging points installed to date. The UK based manufacturer has worked in collaboration with DPD, DHL, First York and UPS, among many other high-profile clients.
53 Justin Laney Fleet Manager, John Lewis Partnership Justin leads on John Lewis Partnership’s goal of having a zero carbon transport fleet by 2045, meaning the switch of more than 3,200 vehicles to zero-emissions alternatives. Waitrose, which is part of the John Lewis Partnership, has 61 biomethane trucks in operation.
52 Patricia Wolfe MD, Daimler Fleet Management Patricia continues to lead Daimler Fleet Management as it moves customers towards greener and more efficient mobility platforms. The company’s ‘FleetFit’ campaign is designed to help fleet managers locate where small improvements can be made, which result in major efficiencies.
51 Rebecca Kite Environment Policy Manager, FTA Rebecca continues to lobby for the right support to enable HGV operators to decarbonise, and manages the Logistics Emissions Reduction Scheme, which is a voluntary scheme for the haulage sector to reduce emissions. E Supported by
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50 Dr Colin Herron Managing Director, Zero Carbon Futures
Colin continues to help the UK achieve its EV infrastructure requirements through his strategic consultancy Zero Carbon Futures. Colin was awarded a CBE for services to business and the renewable energy sector.
49 Rasita Chudasama Principal Transport Planner, Nottingham City Council Rasita has been delivering ambitious projects to make Nottingham a leading electric vehicle city, such as installing rapid chargers, converting the council fleet, supporting businesses to reduce emissions, and introducing cleaner buses.
48 Chris Chandler Principle Consultant, Lex Autolease Chris uses his knowledge of sustainability and alternative fuels to advise customers on low and zero emission vehicle purchases and supporting infrastructure. Chris manages Lex Autolease’s alternatively fuelled fleet, including its hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
47 Graeme Grieve Managing Director, BMW UK and Ireland Graeme continues to lead BMW Group in the UK as it continues its positive sales trend for electrified vehicles. More than 4,300 fully-electric BMW i3 models were sold in 2019, an increase of 27 per cent. The group plans to expand its range of electrified vehicles to 25 models by 2023 – with more than half of them fully electric.
46 NEW Dan Gursel Head, Enterprise Car Club UK Dan heads up the Car Club side of Enterprise, which continues to help make business travel more manageable and environmentally-friendly. Highland Council for example has reduced its annual business milage by more than 825,000 miles in the first 12 months since introducing an Enterprise Car Club.
45 NEW Jim Graham Group Risk and Products Director, Arnold Clark Automobiles While developing the Group’s electric vehicle offering, Jim signed off on a key partnership with ScottishPower, which was the first of its kind in the motor trade. The deal aims to offer an end-to-end customer journey for those who buy an electric vehicle across the Group.
43 Darren Smith Fleet Standards and Delivery Manager, Heathrow Airport Darren is a leading figure in the implementation of Heathrow’s Airside Ultra Low Emission Zone due to be in place in 2025. Darren has transformed the Heathrow fleet from four Nissan Leafs in 2016 and no infrastructure to a fleet of 98 electric or PHEVs which can be charged at over 100 charging points.
42 Rawdon Glover UK Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover Rawdon uses his extensive automotive experience to lead Jaguar Land Rover forward as it makes waves in the electric vehicle market, with its multi award-winning I-PACE.
41 Edmund King President, The AA Edmund continues to spread his influence by commentating on the issues affecting transport. Edmund is a trustee of the AA Charitable Trust for Road Safety and the Environment, and a member of the influential Motorists’ Forum. He is also on the transport sector panel of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, and a member of the Department for Transport’s Cycling Safety Stakeholder Group.
40 Loyd and Alun Davies Directors, ElectrAssure Father and son team Loyd and Alun continue to make an impact on the electric vehicle market, using their expertise to design EV charging solutions that fit clients’ needs. Alun was recognised for his work in the EV market by receiving a GreenFleet EV Champion Award in 2019. Loyd is Service Development Director at ElectrAssure, while Alun is Operations Director.
39 NEW Greg Jackson Founder and CEO, Octopus Energy Greg’s energy firm Octopus is making its mark on the electric vehicle industry, creating Electric Juice, a green power supply service targeted at business EV users, as well as providing the IONITY EV rapid-charging network with renewable electricity.
44 NEW Justin Meyer General Manager, SWARCO
38 NEW Jon Lawes Managing Director at Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions
Led by Justin, SWARCO continues to have an excellent reputation for reliability and quality, which has led it to secure contracts with public and private sector organisations. Highlights include the completion of two charging hubs in Dundee and a contract to supply the first 150kW rapid chargers on the Engenie network.
Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions, managed by Jon, is helping fleets like DHL and Centrica to reduce emissions and avoid CAZ fines. Hitachi is also a key contributor to the largest EV trial in the world, Optimise Prime, which is addressing the biggest barriers to EV adoption for fleet managers.
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32 NEW Seth Finkelstein Business Operations Manager Fleet Services, Metropolitan Police Service
Terry oversees the fleet management of the council’s 1,300 vehicles, including its 95 electric vehicles. Terry has also been running compressed natural gas (CNG) trucks since 2009 and showcases his work with other authorities to share best practice.
Seth is helping the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) achieve its end goal of having a zero emission fleet by 2050. The Met currently has 544 electric, hybrid, or hydrogen vehicles in operation, and this achievement lead the Met to secure the 2019 Public Sector Fleet of the Year Award (medium to large).
36 Sam Clarke Founder, Gnewt Sam and his company Gnewt have been changing the face of urban deliveries for ten years now and his expertise continues to be sought across the logistics industry. The company made its ten millionth ‘zero-carbon’ parcel delivery at the end of 2019 and is now the proud owners of the largest vehicle-to-grid operation in London.
35 NEW Alex Smith Managing Director, Volkswagen Group United Kingdom Alex Smith leads the group at a time when its electrification strategy is really taking off, with the launch of the ID.3 and other models in the ID. family. Volkswagen aims to phase out petrol and diesel cars by 2026, to focus on it pure electric models.
34 NEW Gary Smith Managing Director, Europcar Mobility Group UK Gary runs Europcar Mobility Group, the company that won GreenFleet’s Mobility Provider of the Year Award in 2019. As well as seeing a 55% growth in electric vehicles on the core Europcar rental fleet in the last 12 months, the company has also seen a 150% increase in EV charge points at Europcar locations around the UK. The company is also supporting TfL’s scrappage scheme, giving firms an alternative to vehicle ownership.
33 NEW Sascha Kaehne UK & Ireland Business Director, Iveco Sascha relocated from Iveco in Spain to become business director for the UK and Ireland and leads the company as its natural power range continues to grow. In 2019, Iveco’s natural power trucks have been delivered into Hermes, John Lewis, Ocado, Sainsbury’s, UPS and Waitrose fleets, while 25,000 gas-powered vehicles have gone into service across Europe.
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37 Terry Pycroft Head of Fleet Services, Leeds City Council
31 NEW Graham Thomas Fleet Operations Manager, Ocado Graham drives Ocado’s natural gas truck activity, which has seen the company invest £3 million in a natural gas refuelling station to power its 29 CNG biomethane trucks. Graham also oversees the trial of a hydrogen dualfuel van. Ocado is the current holder of the GreenFleet Private Sector Fleet of the Year (medium to large) award.
30 Tom Pakenham Director, Electric Vehicles, OVO and Kaluza As director of electric vehicles for OVO Energy, Tom is helping customers decarbonise their lives. OVO’s EV Everywhere platform gives drivers access to green electricity, and allows them to either choose a free smart charger or POLAR plus membership.
29 NEW Keith Anderson Chief Executive, ScottishPower Keith is encouraging people to change the way they think about powering their car and their house. ScottishPower has launched a roadmap to show how local communities can play their part in reaching the UK’s Net Zero targets and is calling for government and regulators to devolve power locally so communities can achieve such targets.
28 Paul Philpott President & CEO, Kia Motors Paul presides over the company as it continues to make electric motoring practical and affordable for the masses with its electric and hybrid Niros and electric Soul.
27 NEW Peter McDonald Fleet Director, Nissan Peter is tasked with putting more electrified Nissan models onto fleets. He has extensive experience of the UK automotive market and fleet sector, having been with the Volkswagen Group for nearly 20 years, and leading the Seat UK fleet team for six years. E Supported by
Fleet optimisation can help you get ahead of the curve when it comes to Clean Air Zones Cities across the UK are looking to implement Clean Air Zones, in a bid to save lives and reduce the health impacts of air pollution from vehicles. However, older vans and trucks face huge penalties for entering some of these zones, which could spell disaster commercial vehicle operators. Daily charges of up to £50 per vehicle could make deliveries and collections unviable for those operators who can’t afford to upgrade their truck and van fleets to Euro VI and Euro 6 emissions standards. There are four ways for vehicle operators
to invest in new vehicles to avoid the charges. The first is to borrow funds. However, this might not be possible if the company is already fully leveraged. It also could create unsustainable debt. The second is to lease or hire compliant vehicles – but this might increase overheads for the business. The third option is to receive grant funding from one of the councils operating a Clean Air Zone scheme. Beware that the grant might not cover the full cost of the new vehicles – and there is a limited pot of money available, so competition for grants is fierce. The fourth and final choice is to cut costs in other areas. At first glance, it looks like there is very little fat to trim in most commercial vehicle operations. However, you can think smarter and deploy route optimisation software. The Algorithm People’s fleet scheduling solution is proven to deliver
total savings of up to 30 per cent, taken from a baseline of existing operations. This is achieved through improved vehicle utilisation and a reduction of up to 20 per cent in total fleet mileage through smarter transport planning. We deliver these savings by going beyond basic route planners to look holistically at all jobs and resources, then use sophisticated algorithms to plan the best possible schedule. The end results for logistics, road haulage and delivery companies are faster, more accurate planning, and a substantial saving on overheads. This frees up working capital to invest in Euro VI trucks and Euro 6 vans, without having to increase borrowing or cut costs elsewhere in the business. It really is that simple. Visit www.thealgorithmpeople.co.uk to register for our no-obligation, free consultation to discover the benefits that fleet optimisation could bring to your business. It could help you get ahead of the curve when it comes to Clean Air Zones - and gain a competitive edge. FURTHER INFORMATION www.thealgorithmpeople.co.uk
When it comes to electric vehicles, “range anxiety” has been replaced by “change anxiety” Most fleet and transport managers fully understand the capabilities of modern EVs – and can put them to good use in a wide range of applications. Therefore, range anxiety is no longer the main barrier to wider adoption. In fact, in our recent discussions with public and private sector fleet managers, one of their biggest concerns is what we are defining as ‘change anxiety’. The phrase ‘range anxiety’ came into popular use around 2010, at almost the same time as the first of the new wave of electric vehicles (EVs) emerged. Since then, EV charging infrastructure has greatly improved; and we have data providing hard evidence that lithium-ion batteries do not drastically lose their energy storage capabilities during the typical fleet ownership cycle of three to five years. Range anxiety has been replaced by change anxiety – the legitimate concern that, if a fleet invests in EVs now, the technology could soon be superseded by higher-performing and lower-cost
vehicles. This is leading to fleet managers not buying EVs today, in case something better comes along tomorrow. The team behind The Algorithm People has won awards for developing route optimisation software designed to help to tackle range anxiety; now we want to help fleet managers overcome change anxiety, too. Our software enables you to identify the routes and vehicles most suitable for electrification, based on the
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performance of EVs which are already available. More importantly, once you have purchased EVs, we can ensure that you make the best possible use out of them. Every mile travelled by an EV instead of a petrol or diesel vehicle helps cut carbon and improve air quality, as well as saving money on fuel. We can help you build a solid business case for investing in EVs now, because our software can accurately model your environmental and financial return on investment. Change is inevitable; but we can help ensure that it isn’t costly or cumbersome for you. Contact us to discuss a free fleet consultation – we’ll take a portion of your fleet data and run it through our algorithms to demonstrate the potential savings you could make by switching to EVs. FURTHER INFORMATION www.thealgorithmpeople.co.uk
20 NEW Marc Ling Development Manager, Milk & More
Dan believes in a world where electrified mobility is fully inclusive. His company Elmtronics has installed over 5,000 domestic, public and workplace charge points, from 7kW home solutions to 150kW rapid chargers. Since January 2019, the company’s Hubsta back office programme has over 2,000 members, recording over 100,000 charging logs and saving 170,000 tonnes of CO2.
Milk & More are the current holders of GreenFleet’s Outstanding Achievement Award for having the UK’s largest EV fleet, which is predicted to save 3.4 million litres of diesel annually.
25 NEW Oliver Drasar Principal City Planner, Transport for London Oliver looks after Transport for London’s LoCITY programme that is helping the capital’s fleets reduce emissions in preparation for the LEZ strengthening in 2020 and ULEZ expansion in 2021
24 NEW Robert Grozdanovski Managing Director, Volvo Trucks UK & Ireland In 2019, Volvo Trucks introduced two new, all-electric trucks, the FL and FE, that will drastically reduce noise and exhaust emissions in urban environments. This, as well as the company’s new Euro 6-compliant Volvo FH and FM trucks that run on LNG or biogas led them to win LGV Manufacturer of the Year in 2019.
23 Mark Barrett General Manager, LDV UK & Ireland It’s been another successful year for Mark and his team; as well as the launch of LDV’s second electric van, the EV30, the company has secured impressive orders with fleets, such as Milk & More, who took on board 159 EV80 electric vans.
22 NEW Alfonso Martinez Managing Director, LeasePlan UK Ltd It’s been an impressive year for LeasePlan with Alfonso as the helm. The company won Leasing Company of the Year for the second year in a row at the 2019 GreenFleet Awards for its work helping clients take up electric vehicles, as well as its progress towards achieving its target of net zero emissions by 2030.
21 NEW Graeme Cooper Project Director, National Grid Graeme leads the National Grid’s work on electric vehicles and the decarbonisation of transport. His work helps the government, energy and the automotive industry transition towards zero emission vehicles in a way that is sustainable.
19 NEW Ashley Andrew Managing Director, Hyundai Motor UK
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Ashley leads Hyundai forward during its era of electric-mobility. The car maker already offers one of the broadest range of powertrains in the market, which has driven a 26.9% rise in eco car sales over the previous year. Improved full electric availability in 2020 along with the addition of more electrified derivatives to the range will ensure that Hyundai is well positioned for the future.
18 Quentin Willson Motoring Journalist Quentin is behind the Fair Fuel UK campaign which acts as a voice for Britain’s motorists. In favour of action to improve air quality, Quentin does however believe that drivers, small businesses and the haulage sector should not be penalised unfairly for entering Clean Air Zones, and that other solutions should be investigated.
17 NEW Tammy Carter Head of Fleet, Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Tammy works to help the public sector with their fleet buying needs in her role at the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) the biggest public procurement organisation in the UK. CCS’ new framework for fleet management, leasing and rental has been designed to be flexible, taking into account the changing fleet landscape and range of fuel types now available.
16 NEW Kristian Elvefors MD, Volvo Car UK After 16 years heading up Volvo in Sweden, Kristian took the position as UK managing director in June 2019. Volvo won the GreenFleet PHEV Manufacturer of the Year Award in 2019 for having a plug-in version of every model it makes. Volvo Car UK recorded its best annual new car sales results for 29 years in 2019, with 56,208 vehicles leaving showrooms; a 12% increase from 2018.
15 Jon Hunt Alternative Fuels Manager, Toyota Jon heads up Toyota’s alternative fuels work and is responsible for the roll-out of the Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle in the UK market. Jon takes a holistic view on ‘green’ vehicles, urging people to take into consideration the manufacturing process and how energy is produced before making a decision. E Supported by
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14 Vincent Tourette Managing Director, Renault UK & Ireland
Renault scooped GreenFleet’s Electric Vehicle Manufacturer of the Year award in 2019 for making electric mobility a realistic option for business users. The New ZOE is leading the brand’s EV charge, with its 245 mile (WLTP) range and new interior with recycled plastics and upholstery. Renault’s range of EV models currently runs to the Twizy and New ZOE, with plug-in hybrid and hybrid E-TECH versions of the All New Captur and All-New Clio due in 2020. The brand’s commercial fleet is equally extensive, with the Twizy Cargo, Kangoo Z.E. 33 and New Master Z.E. offering businesses a wide choice of zero tailpipe emissions vans.
13 NEW David Newton COO, BP Chargemaster 2019 has seen BP Chargemaster roll out the first of its public 150kW ultrafast chargers and launch its new Smart Homecharge unit that allows customers to monitor and control their charging through the app or web portal.
12 NEW Jason Torrance Clean Air Cities Director, UK100 UK100 is a network of local government leaders committed to clean air and energy. Jason understands the opportunities and challenges in tackling air pollution at a local level, and shares his knowledge at numerous industry events. Torrance has previously held roles as Policy Director at Sustrans and Co-chair of Stakeholder Advisory Group at Highways England before joining UK100 in April 2018.
11 James Thornton CEO, Client Earth Named one of 10 people who could change the world, James and his environmental law firm ClientEarth continue to hold central and local government to account on air pollution, mandating the need for robust plans to tackle roadside emissions. ClientEarth has won three cases against the UK government over the country’s illegal and harmful levels of air pollution, which has resulted in a surge of activity from local authorities to investigate and identify measures to tackle illegal levels of pollution.
10 Mike Hawes Chief Executive, SMMT Mike is one of the leading influential voices of the UK motor industry. During this period of unprecedented change, Mike calls for close collaboration between industry and government so that the UK car market can continue to be a valuable economic asset and deliver environmental goals.
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9 Elon Musk Founder and CEO, Tesla Motors Tesla is now the most valuable US automaker ever, with shares rising 160 per cent since last June. Tesla’s popularity in the UK has also soared, with the Model 3 becoming the best selling all-electric car in the UK in 2019, even though deliveries of the vehicle only began in the summer (stats include pre-registrations). Tesla has also installed its 500th European Supercharger station. Located in Park Royal in London, the chargers are said to be able to replenish electric car batteries in 15 minutes.
8 Gerry Keaney Chief Executive, BVRLA Gerry has made it clear to regulators that the industry can be a key partner to delivering the UK’s zeroemission goals if its taxation and support system is right. BVRLA’s membership has grown to beyond the 1,000 mark, and welcomed fleet operators for the first time. The association has also appointed its first ever female chair person.
7 Michael Hurwitz Head of Transport Innovation, Transport for London From connected and autonomous vehicles to dockless cycle hire and on demand responsive transport, Michael tests how new ideas could work for London in his role as Director of Innovation for Transport for London (TfL).
6 Poppy Welch Head of Go Ultra Low, SMMT Poppy continues to lead the ‘Go Ultra Low’ campaign to encourage acceptance and uptake of electric vehicles. To facilitate cross-sector discussions on the transition to electric, Go Ultra Low hosted another panel at the Hay Festival, which brought together influential speakers from the Government and the automotive and energy sectors. Targeting the young, as they will be the future vehicle buyers, Go Ultra Low is also leading the Hero to Zero Emission Miles Challenge for primary school pupils where they are asked to record the number of “zero emission miles” they travel.
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5 Andy Eastlake Managing Director, LowCVP It’s been a busy year for Andy and his team at LowCVP. At the request of the government, LowCVP is facilitating the Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce - a cross sector collaboration tasked with ensuring the energy system can meet future EV demand in an efficient and sustainable way. To make sure people are as clued-up as they can be when it comes to alternatively-fuelled vehicles, the LowCVP is working with the Finance & Leasing Association (FLA) to identify how information can be most effectively presented to prospective car buyers to encourage low emission vehicle choices. To help the commercial vehicle industry reduce emissions, the LowCVP has also published a Clean Vehicle Retrofit Technology Guide. Andy continues to fly the flag for low-carbon transport, speaking at numerous GreenFleet and other industry events throughout the year.
4 NEW Lindsay Yeoman Strategic Delivery Lead – ULEV Fleets and Infrastructure, Transport Scotland Lindsay is responsible for leading the delivery of a range of high value fleets and infrastructure incentives and projects supporting the Scottish Government’s ambition to phase out new petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2032. Lindsay joined Transport Scotland during 2018, after nine years at the Registers of Scotland, and is best known for leading the Switched on Fleets initiative which has supported over 700 ULEVs into local authority and public sector fleets. Lindsay is also a recent EV owner/driver.
3 Philip Sellwood Chief Executive, Energy Saving Trust (EST) Appointed as CEO of EST in 2003, Philip has been instrumental in both scaling and shaping the business model for what is one of the country’s leading organisations in energy efficiency and sustainable energy. Under Philip’s leadership, EST’s transport portfolio has grown to now include active travel, sustainable transport advice, fleet consultancy, electric vehicles, charging infrastructure and eBikes. Phillip is Vice Chair of Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership and an active member of a number of influential Boards and government task forces. Philip is set retire from his position in March 2020. E Supported by
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2 Robert Evans CEO, Cenex Well-known in the industry as the go-to-man for electric vehicle infrastructure expertise, Robert is the CEO of Cenex, a not-for-profit organisation tasked with helping the UK transition to a low carbon transport future. Robert is also Chair of the UK Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Association, where he acts as a voice to Government and the broader stakeholder community for charge point providers, charge point network operators and e-mobility service providers in the UK market. In addition to his role as CEO of Cenex, Robert is a Director of Cenex NL and a Non Executive Director of EV8 Technologies, the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, Electric Corby Community Interest Company and Corby Community Energy Company. Robert represents Cenex on the Technology Group of the UKâ€™s Automotive Council and was formally a Director of the Advanced Propulsion Centre.
1 Natasha Robinson & Vicky Edmonds Joint Heads, OLEV
The top spot goes to Vicky and Natasha, who jointly head up OLEV, the cross departmental unit that holds the purse for low-emission transport funding. OLEV is responsible for the grants for electric vehicles and infrastructure, therefore putting Vicky and Natasha in a significant position of power when it comes to shaping the industry. Vicky has worked within Government in various environmental policy roles, tackling issues related to freight sector emissions, air quality and aviation noise emissions. She also led the Department for Transportâ€™s environmental strategy team. Natasha has spent many years at the Department for Transport, working in various roles before jointly heading up OLEV with Vicky.
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Natasha Robinson & Vicky Edmonds Joint Heads, OLEV Robert Evans CEO, Cenex Phillip Sellwood Chief Executive, Energy Saving Trust (EST) Lindsay Yeoman Strategic Delivery Lead â€“ ULEV Fleets and Infrastructure, Transport Scotland Andy Eastlake Managing Director, LowCVP Poppy Welch Head of Go Ultra Low, SMMT Michael Hurwitz Head of Transport Innovation, Transport for London Gerry Keaney Chief Executive, BVRLA Elon Musk Founder and CEO, Tesla Motors Mike Hawes Chief Executive, SMMT James Thornton CEO, Client Earth Jason Torrance Clean Air Cities Director, UK100 David Newton COO, BP Chargemaster Vincent Tourette Managing Director, Renault UK & Ireland Jon Hunt Alternative Fuels Manager, Toyota Kristian Elvefors Managing Director, Volvo Car UK Tammy Carter Head of Fleet, Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Quentin Willson Motoring Journalist Ashley Andrew Managing Director, Hyundai Motor UK Marc Ling Development Manager, Milk & More Graeme Cooper Project Director, National Grid Alfonso Martinez Managing Director, LeasePlan UK Ltd Mark Barrett General Manager, LDV UK & Ireland Robert Grozdanovski Managing Director, Volvo Trucks UK & Ireland Oliver Drasar Principal City Planner, Transport for London Dan Martin CEO, Elmtronics Peter McDonald Fleet Director, Nissan Paul Philpott President & CEO, Kia Motors Keith Anderson Chief Executive, ScottishPower Tom Pakenham Director, Electric Vehicles, OVO and Kaluza Graham Thomas Fleet Operations Manager, Ocado Seth Finkelstein Business Operations Manager - Fleet, Met Police Sascha Kaehne UK & Ireland Business Director, Iveco Gary Smith Managing Director, Europcar Mobility Group UK Alex Smith Managing Director, Volkswagen Group United Kingdom Sam Clarke Founder, Gnewt Terry Pycroft Head of Fleet Services, Leeds City Council Jon Lawes Managing Director at Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions Greg Jackson Founder and CEO, Octopus Energy Loyd and Alun Davies Directors, ElectrAssure Edmund King President, The AA Rawdon Glover UK Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover Darren Smith Fleet Standards and Delivery Manager, Heathrow Airport Justin Meyer General Manager, SWARCO Jim Graham Group Risk and Products Director, Arnold Clark Automobiles Dan Gursel Head, Enterprise Car Club UK Graeme Grieve MD, BMW UK and Ireland Chris Chandler Principle Consultant, Lex Autolease Rasita Chudasama Principal Transport Planner, Nottingham City Council Dr Colin Herron Managing Director, Zero Carbon Futures Rebecca Kite Environment Policy Manager, FTA Patricia Wolfe Managing Director, Daimler Fleet Management
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Justin Laney Fleet Manager, John Lewis Partnership Kieron Alsop Managing Director, Rolec EV Mike Belk Managing Director, Mercedes Benz and FUSO Trucks UK Mark Gallagher Grosvenor Group Paul Gatti Fleet Director, Royal Mail Fraser Crichton Corporate Fleet Operations Manager, Dundee City Council Peter Eldridge Director, ICFM Caroline Sandall National Chair, ACFO Kevin King National Fleet Services Manager, Hermes Richard Turnbull Head of EV Infrastructure, LEVC Toby Butler General Manager, e-mobility Europe, Shell Sara Sloman Zero Emission Mobility Lead, Energy Team, Foot Anstey LLP Charlie Jardine CEO, EO Charging Chris Beattie Company Director, WEGO Couriers Andrea Mckenzie Fleet Co-ordinator, Changeworks Andrew Doyle Director, Audi UK Gavin Jones Head of Fleet Corporate Service, VWFS Fleet Dr Ben Lane Next Green Car & Co-Founder, Zap Map Alexis Percival Environmental & Sustainability Manager, Yorkshire Ambulance Trust 72 Nigel Morris EV Integration Manager, Active Build Centre, University of Swansea 73 Sytse Zuidema Chief Executive Officer, New Motion 74 Colin Ferguson Chief Executive Officer, The Algorithm People 75 Paul Balmont and Richard Falconer Directors, Co-Wheels 76 Nicole Fletcher Head of Sustainable Development, London Fire Brigade 77 Chris Rutherford Fleet Commercial Manager, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust 78 Matthew Morgan Operations Director, The Phoenix Works 79 Mike Potter CEO, DriveElectric & Crowd Charge 80 David George Director, MINI UK 81 Tim Laver Managing Director, ALD UK 82 Graeme Jenkins Head of Fleet & Remarketing, Suzuki GB 83 Helen Lees Head of EVs and Connected Services, Groupe PSA UK 84 Nicholas Brownrigg CEO, Alphabet 85 Edward Kulperger European Vice President, Geotab 86 Chris Lane Fleet Manager, University of Birmingham 87 Andy Barratt Managing Director, Ford of Britain 88 Norman Harding Corporate Fleet Manager, London Borough of Hackney 89 Hannah Collishaw Director, E.ON Drive UK 90 John Watkins Executive Chairman, Trakm8 91 Dr Graham Cooley CEO, ITM Power 92 Philip Fjeld CEO of CNG Fuels 93 Simon King Fleet and Procurement Director, Mitie 94 Rob Lindley Managing Director, Mitsubishi 95 Laurence Drake Managing Director, DAF Trucks 96 David Burke Specialist Sales Executive - Gas, Scania GB 97 Mark Barrow Fleet Manager, City of Swansea Council 98 Amanda Lyne MD of Ulemco 99 Gary Savage UK Managing Director, Mercedes/Smart 100 Sathish Sethuraman Travel Plan Co-ordinator, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust
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At a glance: the GreenFleet 100 Most Influential
Sector Top Threes Retail 1 Marc Ling, Milk & More (20) 2 Graham Thomas, Ocado (31) 3 Justin Laney, John Lewis Partnership (53)
Leasing 1 Alfonso Martinez, LeasePlan UK (22) 2 Jon Lawes, Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions (38) 2 Chris Chandler, Lex Autolease (48)
Telematics & IT 1 Colin Ferguson, the Algorithm People (74) 2 Edward Kulperger, Geotab (85) 3 John Watkins, Trakm8 (90)
Councils 1 Terry Pycroft, Leeds City Council, (37) 2 Rasita Chudasama, Nottingham City Council (49) 3 Fraser Crichton, Dundee City Council (58)
Charging & Infrastructure 1 David Newton, BP Chargemaster (13) 2 Dan Martin, Elmtronics (26) 3 Loyd and Alun Davies, ElectrAssure (40)
Alternative Fuels 1 Graham Cooley, CEO, ITM Power (91) 2 Philip Fjeld, CEO of CNG Fuels (92) 3 Amanda Lyne, Ulemco (98)
Emergency Services 1 Seth Finkelstein, Metropolitan Police Service (32) 2 Alexis Percival, Yorkshire Ambulance Trust (71) 3 Nicole Fletcher, London Fire Brigade (76)
Logistics & Distribution 1 Sam Clarke, Gnewt (36) 2 Paul Gatti, Royal Mail (57) 3 Kevin King, Hermes (61)
Car and Van Manufacturers 1 Elon Musk, Tesla Motors (9) 2 Vincent Tourette, Renault (14) 3 Jon Hunt, Toyota (15)
Car Clubs 1 Gary Smith, Europcar Mobility Group UK (34) 2 Dan Gursel, Enterprise Car Club UK (46) 3 Paul Balmont and Richard Falconer, CoWheels (75)
Energy 1 Keith Anderson, ScottishPower (29) 2 Tom Pakenham, OVO Energy (30) 3 Greg Jackson, Octopus Energy (39)
HGV Manufacturers 1 Robert Grozdanovski, Volvo Trucks (24) 2 Sascha Kaehne, Iveco (33) 3 Laurence Drake, DAF Trucks (95)
GreenFleet’s pick of the most influential people that have shaped the zero & low-carbon fleet industry over the year