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Kelly Fleet has been awarded the Energy Saving Trust Fleet Hero award for Best Large Private Sector Fleet
The Fleet Hero Awards aim to highlight best practice in fleet management. The awards aim to acknowledge organisations that are addressing climate change by reducing carbon emissions from business travel. Best practice will be recognised as these organisations demonstrate the way forward in green fleet management. This includes reducing the total mileage travelled, reduced emissions from private cars used on business, used technology innovatively, leading by example, or simply taking a series of sound steps that together have made a big difference.
Philip Sellwood, Chief Executive of the Energy Saving Trust commented:
"Congratulations to Kelly Fleet for winning the Energy Saving Trust Fleet Hero Award for Best Large Private Sector. The Fleet Hero Awards highlights those who have not only taken steps to help the environment but also to save money and resources. This is a great example for others to follow."
Transport Minister Norman Baker MP said:
"It gives me a great pleasure to support the Energy Saving Trust's Fleet Hero Awards and in recognising the great achievements that organisations are making to reduce emissions and costs from their fleets. Fleets play a crucial role in supporting the UK economy, but they also have a key role to play in reducing carbon emissions from road transport.
"While much of the debate on tackling climate change focuses on long term solutions, fleets can make an active and meaningful contribution today. Organisations both large and small can make a real difference through procuring greener, cleaner vehicles, or improving fuel consumption through driver training or simply by reducing business travel. The excellent efforts and innovation shown by the award winners and nominees give me great encouragement that the fleet industry can and will meet these challenges."