88 per cent of industry experts agree that reducing emissions should be a priority

16 September


Results from our recent survey to 250 fleet and business leaders reflects the confusion over emerging technology, Government policy and the adoption of an alternative fuelled future

The results revealed that 88 per cent of industry experts asked were in agreement that reducing emissions should be a priority. Whilst this statistic presents a positive picture – of an industry that cares about sustainability, is keen to innovate and adopt new technologies – many are unsure how to go about the adoption of alternative fuels (AF) and what factors they need to consider.

According to the survey, businesses also have fears about embracing the new, with 60 per cent of fleet operators believing that transitioning to AF will cause disruption within their business in the near future.

These results are reported in our latest whitepaper, ‘Navigating the Alternatively Fuelled Future’, which has been written in response to numerous requests from customers to help them better understand the impact, opportunities and challenges they may have when introducing alternative fuels (AF) into their fleet.

To support businesses making decisions now and in the future, Allstar Business Solutions’ report details:

  • Policy - Navigating the politics surrounding alternative fuels
  • Value and cost of alternative fuel vehicles - can AF drive down the cost of fleet operations?
  • Driving fleet evolution in the right direction
  • Interoperability, infrastructure and payment - meeting the challenges of incorporating AFVs into fleet operations



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