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Strategic Green Fleet Management Webinar

posted on 10:29 AM, September 30, 2014
Presentations and video recording of this webinar are now available!

In order to green your fleet and reduce operational costs, it is important to take a strategic approach. E3 Fleet provided a webinar on taking a strategic approach to green fleet management on Sept 25, 2014, including the use of Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) such as those provided by E3 Fleet Review to assess areas for improvements as well as monitor the effectiveness of strategy implementation.

The webinar featured Chris Hill, Senior Associate with Fleet Challenge, and Jim Vanderwal, Senior Manager, E3 Fleet / Fraser Basin Council.

Presentations are also available (pdf format):

Chris Hill, Senior Manager, Fleet Challenge

Jim Vanderwal, Senior Manager, E3 Fleet/Fraser Basin Council

Featured Speaker

Chris Hill is a Senior Associate with Fleet Challenge. While he was Manager of Central Fleet with the City of Hamilton Public Works Department, Chris was a member of the advisory committee that established the E3 Fleet Rating System. In 2007, Chris and the City of Hamilton received the first E3 Fleet rating in Canada, reaching the Silver level.

Webinar Content

This webinar is a condensed version of a 2-day classroom course being offered this fall by EPIC Municipal Infrastructure Training. The webinar will be of interest to municipal fleet managers, their directors and general managers who want to make the fleet services division a high performance organization that enables users to deliver peak financial and green performance. The webinar will provide an overview of differentiating strategy from tactics, developing key performance measurements that matter to users, and placing control over fleet cost drivers in the proper hands. While these are best practices for fleet management, they are also critically important for meeting green fleet performance goals.

About Plug in BC

Plug In BC is an initiative led by the Province of BC to lay the groundwork for plug-in electric vehicles and related electric charging infrastructure.

This is a broad collaboration that includes BC Hydro, the City of Vancouver, Metro Vancouver, Fraser Basin Council (Green Fleets BC), BC Institute of Technology and University of Victoria (Institute for Integrated Energy Systems).

Learn more about the work of Plug in BC in our overview.


About the Community Charging Infrastructure Fund

A cornerstone of Plug in BC is the Community Charging Infrastructure (CCI) Fund. This fund offers incentives to both public and private sector to help build a network of 570 electric vehicle charging stations across BC for use by the public and by fleets.

The Fund is overseen by the BC Ministry of Environment and BC Ministry of Energy and Mines, and administered by the Fraser Basin Council.

Reach Us

For more about Plug in BC and other green fleet initiatives, contact:

Charlotte Argue
Transportation Analyst
Green Fleets BC

Fraser Basin Council
1st Floor, 470 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC V6C 1V5

T: (604) 488-5369 / 1-888-703-5338