March Newsletter #2


Eco Transport

Actor, writer, comedian and TV presenter Robert Llewellyn plans to dispel once and for all myths about electric vehicles at this year’s Eco Technology Show. Among the myths that Robert seeks to put to rest are that EVs take forever to charge, are liable to run out of power miles from a charging point, cost a fortune to buy and another fortune to replace the battery when its range drops to half. Instead, he will argue at the Eco Technology Show, we need to shelve our prejudices and doubts and think seriously about electric vehicles.
With a cost per mile of just two pence or less, it is understandable that the majority (89%) of Nissan LEAF owners recently surveyed reported significant savings of £200-250 per month.
Find out more about Motorline Nissan, Fleetdrive Electric and our other EV exhibitors on our website here –  Exhibitor Directory

Talks Announcement

We are pleased to announce more of our confirmed talks for this year's show:

The electric company car?
Learn about the business case for EVs in business and commercial EV infrastructure
Mike Potter, Managing Director, Fleetdrive Electric

Smarter driving & greening your fleet
Hear about the measures you & your staff can take to be fuel efficient & reduce emissions
Andrew Benfield, Director of Transport, Energy Saving Trust

For more talks, see our full schedule here 

The Environmentalist is the UK's leading magazine on environment management, published 12 times per year by the Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IEMA). The Environmentalist provides detailed coverage on how organisations can best reduce their impacts on the environment – from cutting energy use and carbon emissions to tackling waste, driving resource efficiency and improving biodiversity – alongside comprehensive updates on the ever-changing legislative landscape.

IEMA is the professional home of more than 15,000 environment and sustainability practitioners from around the globe. It supports individuals and organisations to set, recognise and achieve global sustainability standards and practice. The Institute is independent and international, enabling it to deliver evidence to governments, information to business, inspiration to employers and great stories to the media that demonstrate how to transform the world to sustainability. 

To find out more about IEMA, check out their stall at the Eco Technology Show.
Energy Saving Trust Tips

The ideal temperature for offices is between 18 degrees Celsius and 21 degrees Celsius. Setting the right temperature will save energy, be more comfortable and help productivity levels.

For more advice visit
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