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Canada’s Rated Fleets

Congratulations to the following fleets, which have earned E3 Fleet Ratings and demonstrated their commitment to high standards of environmental performance.

E3 Platinum-Rated Fleets

E3 Gold-Rated Fleets

E3 Silver-Rated Fleets

E3 Bronze-Rated Fleet


E3 Platinum-Rated Fleets


University of British Columbia: Building Operations Department (Platinum Rating: 2014)

The Building Operations Department at the University of British Columbia (UBC) was awarded the first-ever E3 Fleet Platinum Rating in 2014. The Department operates 240 vehicles and specialty motorized equipment in carrying out facilities maintenance, operations and renovation services for the lands and buildings owned by the University of British Columbia. Between 2011 and 2013 the Department cut greenhouse gas emissions in the fleet by 217 tonnes, or 25%, and increased average fuel efficiency by 16%. Read more.


City of Richmond (Platinum Rating: 2016)

The City of Richmond is the first municipality to receive the highest (Platinum) rating from E3 Fleet, a Canada-wide program that recognizes excellence in fleet management and environmental performance. The Award was presented by Fraser Basin Council Chair Colin Hansen to Mayor Malcolm Brodie (right) at a meeting of Richmond City Council on November 28 in recognition of Richmond’s work in adopting a green fleet plan, implementing better data tracking and analysis, right-sizing its fleet with more efficient vehicles and other steps to green up its fleet.

Learn more in the Fraser Basin Council media release.

E3 Gold-Rated Fleets


County of Simcoe (Gold Rating: 2014)

The County of Simcoe earned an E3 Fleet Gold Rating in 2014. The rating reflects the County's accomplishments in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, investing in in energy-efficient technologies and committing to staff training. Initiatives included participating in the Ontario Municipal Fleet Review Program through Fleet Challenge Ontario, right-sizing vehicles, improving route planning and load optimization, and using a green vehicle clause in procurement. Read more.


Township of Langley (Gold Rating: 2013)

The Township of Langley achieved an E3 Fleet Silver Rating in 2008, and an E3 Fleet Gold Rating in 2013. Between 2006 and 2013 greenhouse gas emissions of the fleet dropped 27%, from 1,593 to 1,161 tonnes, and average fuel efficiency increased 21%, from 26.5 litres/100 km to 20.9 litres/100 km. Langley's fleet plan includes innovations in staff training, right-sizing and vehicle purchasing and maintenance.  Read more.



City of Surrey (Gold Rating: 2011)

The City of Surrey achieved an 18% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in its municipal fleet over two years and increased the fleet’s fuel efficiency by an average 1.3% per year. Specific initiatives include idling reduction, staff training, automated fuel data management and route optimization. Read more.


Hydro One (Gold Rating: 2010)

Hydro One, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Province of Ontario, manages Ontario’s high voltage transmission network. Hydro One made a significant reduction in carbon dioxide emissions in its service fleet. Key actions included idling reduction, use of hybrids, a tire smart campaign, the purchase of fuel-efficient vehicles and an overall cut in gasoline and diesel fuel consumption. Read more.


Corporation of Delta (Gold Rating: 2009)

The Corporation of Delta received a Gold Rating in September 2009. Delta cut emissions in its municipal fleet dramatically, even as the demand for service increased. Fuel efficiency across the fleet increased by 6% for every kilometre travelled, and greenhouse gas emissions dropped 1% overall between 2007 and 2008. Read more


City of Vancouver (Gold Rating: 2009)

The City of Vancouver fleet increased fuel efficiency by 4% and cut overall emissions by 0.4% between 2006 and 2008. Vancouver’s success strategies included  right-sizing vehicles according to function, assessing the full lifecycle cost of vehicles purchased, testing alternative fuels and adopting new technologies. Read more.

E3 Silver-Rated Fleets


City of Prince George (Silver Rating: 2010)

The City of Prince George received an E3 Fleet Silver Rating in 2010. The City has implemented a comprehensive Green Fleet Strategic Plan to support commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve performance.  Read more.


City of Guelph (Silver Rating: 2010)

The City of Guelph was awarded a Silver Rating for its municipal fleet operations in 2010, and became the first E3 member organization to have a public transit fleet included in the rating. Following a Fleet Review in 2008, the City adopted policies to reduce fuel consumption by minimizing idling, training staff on green practices and purchasing right-sized vehicles. Read more.


City of Hamilton, Public Works (Silver Rating: 2007)

The City of Hamilton was quick off the mark to earn an E3 Rating. Between 2005 and 2006 Hamilton increased fuel efficiency in its fleets by 5% for every kilometre travelled, and decreased greenhouse gas emissions by 2% per kilometre. The E3 Silver Rating was based on these accomplishments and best management practices, such a new green fleet plan, an idling reduction program, fuel data management and a green vehicle purchasing policy. Read more.

E3 Bronze-Rated Fleet


Regional Municipality of Halton (2014)

The Regional Municipality of Halton earned an E3 Fleet Bronze Rating in 2014. Halton Region has implemented an anti-idling policy, an equipment use and procurement policy and a Smart Commute program for staff. Environmental practices have been incorporated into fleet vehicle operations, maintenance and end-of-life management. Greening the fleet is a goal in Halton's Corporate Sustainability Action Plan as well as The Citizen's Priorities: Halton Region's 2011-2014 Action Plan.


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 Fleet Challenge Inc.

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.

Reach Us

For more information on Fleet Challenge and the E3 Fleet Standards program, contact:

Roger Smith
Executive Director
Fleet Challenge and E3 Fleet Program

T: 416 418-9931

Jana Cervinka

Director, Communications and External Relations
T: 954 299 5885