Fleet Management networking group

Gain peer support to reduce your fleet emissions

Mission Zero’s Fleet Management Group is a networking group focused on reducing emissions associated with business fleets. Email us at action@missionzero.nz if you would like to join.

The Group was established in June 2020 and includes membership from within and outside of Te Tauihu. It comes together on a regular basis to learn about developments in the sustainable vehicle sector, and share ideas and insights to support the reduction of carbon emissions from their fleets.

The Group primarily seeks participation from Fleet and Sustainability Managers and those who influence decisions around the procurement and management of a business fleet. However, it is also open to consultants and others with expertise, experience or knowledge on transport-related emissions reduction.  

Meetings take place predominantly online once every few months or as new, interesting themes arise. 

The Group has covered topics such as EV charging infrastructure, car sharing, intercity electric freight truck services, hydrogen technology, biofuels, and members’ varying experiences of fleet emissions reductions and transitioning to electric vehicles.

Members currently include representatives from Nelmac, Nelson City Council, Kernohan Engineering, Department of Conservation, Downers, Health Post, Taylors Contracting, Tonkin and Taylor, Fulton Hogan, Te Whatu Ora Health New Zealand and Nelson Marlborough, alongside climate experts Lindsay Wood (Resilienz) and Bruce Gilkison.

Image: [L-R]: Kate Krawczyk (Nelmac Kūmānu), Mike Orchard (Nelmac Kūmānu), Rudi Halbick (Kernohan Engineering), Matthew Kidson (Kernohan Engineering), David Robinson (Taylors Contracting), Jared Waters (Nelmac Kūmānu), Belinda Reburn (Nelmac Kūmānu), Andy Gaul (Nelmac Kūmānu), Rachael Williams-Gaul (Nelmac Kūmānu), Minister James Shaw, Bruce Gilkison (Mission Zero), Mat Nalder (Department of Conservation), Daniela Ramirez (Nelson City Council), Chris Nash (Port Nelson), Lindsay Wood (Resilienz Ltd.). Photographer: Doug Barry-Martin


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