After a ten-year hiatus, Australian motor shows are back with an electric spin. The Interleasing team went along with some of our valued clients from Australian Red Cross, City Facilities, Metro Trains, NECA and Royal Flying Doctor Service.
We spoke with Electric Vehicle Council’s Senior Manager – Policy, Natalie Thompson about her thoughts on the key considerations for fleets that are on the road to EV transition, including the impact of a proposed fuel efficiency standard.
A successful fleet transition to electric vehicles (EVs) is a real opportunity to set your organisation up for future success. A robust procurement approach balancing both budget and sustainability goals can help minimise financial risk, crucial when embarking on such a significant organisational change.
We’re excited to offer an end-to-end sustainable fleet solution that will help you make the switch seamlessly. From understanding your requirements to putting a plan into action and managing your fleet – we can help every step of the way. Here’s how.
The federal government has outlined six outcomes for its National EV strategy, but how does this translate for Australian fleets and how can your FMO help you to play your role? Here’s a snapshot to get started.
Transitioning to electric vehicles (EVs) is one of the most extensive change management exercises fleet managers will have to navigate. Here’s five tips to help bring your employees successfully along the EV journey.
We spoke to Ross De Rango from the Electric Vehicle Council about the current state of Australia’s EV journey for fleets, our first National Electric Vehicle Strategy and the different charging solutions to consider when adding EVs to your fleet.
With the federal government releasing Australia’s first National Electric Vehicle Strategy in April and more impressive electric cars driving sales higher than ever, it’s a great time to accelerate your knowledge about the electric vehicles (EVs) that could be fit-for-purpose for your fleet.
Accelerating our own EV journey has been an important step in remaining at the forefront of what’s going on in the industry. Discover the latest models we have added to our fleet and our broader EV plans.
Draft legislation has the potential to accelerate the transition to EVs for Australian fleets. Could you be set to benefit from improved EV affordability?
New research from the Electric Vehicles Council shows the transition to EVs is picking up speed. We share three key findings from their latest report.
The journey towards greater EV adoption is continuing at an increasingly rapid pace and more organisations are starting on their journey towards the use of low and zero emission vehicles than ever before. For most fleets, the transition to EVs will be a marathon not a sprint.
Adam Morrison is Managing Director for Interleasing. He discusses the transition to EVs and why Australian fleets are preparing for a marathon not a sprint.
Most Australian fleets are still in the early stage of EV transition. Moving to 100% EVs straight away is just not possible in the current environment for 3 key reasons we cover below.
The transition to low or zero emission vehicles is unique for each organisation and with the opening of a new head office in Adelaide, Australian Red Cross embraced the opportunity to trial a selection of EVs within their national fleet.
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With the help of Interleasing, Lifeblood have trialed their first true electric vehicle at their donor centre in Strathpine, Queensland – a Renault Kangoo 22KWH MAXI Z.E. Auto.