What does this mean for your fleet?
Now that the market is moving away from traditional fuels, no one can afford to stand still. If you start too late with the switch to new fuels and vehicle types, you will later be faced with an unnecessarily fast transition of the entire fleet, with all the additional costs and disruption.
In addition, a large-scale transition to a single type of alternative fuel is probably not a good option for most company fleets. Various new and innovative fuel types, suitable for different types of vehicles and usage scenarios, already exist or are under development.
Take on the energy challenge with us
If we, as a society, want to make our energy-wasting economies increasingly low-carbon, we have to use fuels more efficiently and switch to a mix of cleaner fuels. By using multiple types of fuels, fleet managers will be able to meet the needs of all users, from deliverers who travel short distances in the city to carriers of heavy loads over long distances.
Take on the energy challenge with us! We are the first company in the Netherlands to refuel cars at your location whenever you want. With that we get a lot of kilometers off the road. We do this by driving CO2-neutral and fueling sustainable fuels. In addition to gasoline and diesel, we also refuel GTL and HVO. It is made from natural gas and burns cleaner than normal diesel from petroleum. In addition, we are working hard to deliver other more sustainable fuels, such as biofuel. We are happy to think along with you about your sustainability mission in the long term!
References: (1) International Energy Outlook 2017, September 14, 2017, US Energy Information Administration (2) Emerging market insights: The coming emerging market demand shock, September 2017, Deloitte (3)The number of cars worldwide is set to double by 2040 , April 22, 2016, Matthew Nitch Smith, World Economic Forum
The above article is based on the report ‘Ultimate efficiency or digital disruption? Plan the fleet of the future “from Shell.
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