Thirteen organisations have been announced as winners of the Energy Saving Trust Fleet Hero Awards 2013.
The Fleet Hero Awards identify public and private sector organisations that are successfully reducing fuel bills and cutting carbon emissions through better transport policies and improved fleet efficiency. The Energy Saving Trust also recognises businesses that supply cost and fuel saving products or services to fleets.
The winners were announced at a ceremony at the Institute of Directors (IoD) in London attended by Baroness Kramer as well as other notable business leaders and government representatives.
Philip Sellwood, chief executive of the Energy Saving Trust, said: “The Fleet Hero Awards is one of the key events on the sustainable transport calendar and goes from strength to strength each year.”
“This year’s winners have shown just what is possible in terms of running efficient fleets, or supplying innovative products and services. The successful organisations, and our sponsors who kindly supported the event, were instrumental in making this our most successful Awards night to date.
“The Awards also illustrated that the role of the Energy Saving Trust is now more important than ever. Many fleets have picked the low hanging fruit in terms of sustainability, and need our advice and guidance on taking innovative action, whether that is investing in their first plug-in vehicle, or eliminating their grey fleet entirely.”
The 2013 Fleet Hero Award winners are: