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Strategic Fleet Management Webinar

posted on 12:47 AM, September 17, 2014

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Check out the online webinar video "Strategic Green Fleet Management for Municipalities," featuring Chris Hill, Senior Consultant with Fleet Challenge. Learn ways to improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions in your fleet and to make effective use of key performance indicators as are part of an E3 Fleet review.

Watch the webinar video!

UBC Goes E3 Platinum

posted on 11:24 AM, July 3, 2014
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The Building Operations Department at the University of British Columbia (UBC) was awarded the first-ever Platinum Rating from E3 Fleet in 2014. Between 2011 and 2013 the Department cut greenhouse gas emissions in its motorized fleet by 217 tonnes, or 25%, and increased average fuel efficiency by 16%. Take a look.

E3 Fleet Gold Rating for County of Simcoe

posted on 2:52 PM, May 27, 2014
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The Fraser Basin Council, in collaboration with Fleet Challenge, awarded an E3 Fleet Gold Rating to the County of Simcoe, Ontario, for excellence in the management and green performance of its fleet.

The rating recognized work done by Simcoe County to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the fleet, invest in energy-efficient technologies and commit to staff training. The Simcoe County fleet is one of six in Canada to have earned a Gold rating. Congratulations on this wonderful achievement!

Read about it.

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Last updated: November 5, 2016

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E3 Fleet Partners

The E3 Fleet program reflects the commitment and expertise of many people, including some of the country’s most innovative fleet managers. All have a common passion – to see Canada’s fleets take a cleaner, green road to the future.

The Fraser Basin Council launched E3 Fleet in 2006 in cooperation with Climate Change Central (Alberta) and Fleet Challenge. Since October 2016, the program has been managed by Richmond Sustainability Initiatives (RSI).

The E3 Fleet Charter members were also pivotal to its success: Auto-Gas Propane, BC Hydro, BC Ministry of Environment, City of Coquitlam, Corporation of Delta, Enbridge, City of Hamilton, Hydro One, City of Kelowna, Township of Langley, District of Maple Ridge, City of North Vancouver, Novex Couriers, City of Prince George, District of Saanich, University of BC and Municipality of Whistler. We’ve enjoyed the journey so far, and it’s only just begun. Join us!

E3 Fleet in Brief

E3 Fleet is a Canada-wide program that helps public and private sector organizations green up their vehicle fleets.

E3 Fleet offers information and tools to help you increase fuel efficiency in your fleet, reduce harmful emissions, manage expenses, and incorporate new technologies, fuels and best management practices. We offer Fleet Review and Fleet Rating, unique opportunities for you to boost fleet performance and receive recognition for that achievement.

New Management

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In October 2016 Richmond Sustainability Initiatives (RSI) assumed management of the E3 Fleet program from the Fraser Basin Council. RSI is recognized for its work on green transportation and green building projects across North America and is host to Fleet Challenge.

Reach Us

For more information on the E3 Fleet program, contact:

Roger Smith
Partner, Transportation, RSI
T: 416 418-9931

Melissa Felder
Engineering Partner, Energy, Green Buildings & Film, RSI
T: 416 951-9030

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