A recent report from Pollution Probe shows that electric vehicles in fleets save on operational costs over the longer term and reduce emissions by more than 95% when compared with gas-powered vehicles. Read more »
...Windsor police are also testing an anti-idling vehicle that has been developed jointly by the University of Windsor's Auto 21 research centre and Toronto-based Fleet Challenge through a grant from the provincial government. Read more »
This Best Practice Manual provides examples of how to save money, improve workplace health and the quality of life in our communities, and emerging automotive fleet management policies and practices that can reduce the pollution that causes global warming. Read more »
The sixth annual Green Fleet Expo (GFX) was hosted by the city of Hamilton, in partnership with the city of Toronto, Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Fleet Challenge. Click here
Fleet Challenge presented at the Municipal Equipment Association Ontario
(MEAO) Spring Meeting April 14, 2011 in Brantford. MEAO is a non-profit
association for municipal fleet managers focused on all aspects of equipment
operations and management. This meeting included a number of educational
presentations on topics ranging from legalities of trailer hitches on
vehicles to parts management. Click here to view presentation.
The Weather Network aired three spots about Fleet Challenge as part of their Green Features Series. If you wondered what FC is about and what we're up to, these spots are excellent summaries.
February 10, 2011
In association with the U.S. Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and Donlen, Fleet Challenge joins Fleets For Change, a Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action titled "Commercial Fleet 20% GHG Emissions Reduction."
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