Fleet Management at large and small companies alike are heavily investing into ways to decarbonize their vehicles, and in some cases, are cutting costs doing so.

While some of this is due to increased pressure from green policies, like California’s Advanced Clean Truck that requires the phasing in of zero-emission trucks and various European cities building zones that ban fossil-fueled vehicles and incentivize the zero-emission alternative. Below are the top 25 most sustainable fleets.

Amazon: Pledged that half of all its shipments would be net-zero by 2030.

Anheuser-Busch: Decarbonizing its 1,600-vehicle fleet as part of a 25% slash in emissions by 2025.

Antelope Valley Transit Authority: One of the first US companies to commitment to electric buses, saving 769K+ gallons of diesel fuel & $1M in fuel cost savings to date.

Denver International Airport: The second greenest fleet in America with 300-alternatively fueled vehicles.

Facebook: Acquired electric buses 2 years ago to transport employees across its huge campus.

FedEx: Added nearly 400 electric vehicles into its international fleet last year, bringing its EV count to 3,000 (including forklifts and airport ground service equipment).

Genetech: In the process of converting close to half of its 60 buses and will shift its sales fleet to 1,2000 electric cars or plug-in hybrids by 2030.

Ingka Group (IKEA): All last-mile delivery of goods will be electrified by 2025, with the last-minute deliveries to be electrified in Shanghai, Paris, Los Angeles, New York and Amsterdam by the end of this year.

LeasePlan: Netherlands-based fleet management company pledged to “zero out” its emissions of 1.8 million vehicles by 2030.

Lime: The company operates a fleet of over 100K electric scooters with a pledge to transition its entire fleet by 2030.

Lyft: The rideshare business intends to reach 100% electric vehicles by 2030.

City of Oakland: This Californian city only uses a combination of low-carbon fuels, compressed natural gas and electric vehicles. They are now calling for a 60% reduction in greenhouse gases by 2030, with carbon neutrality as the end goal.

PG&E (Northern California’s Pacific Gas & Electric): This utility giant plans to electricity 100% of its “light-duty” vehicles, 10% of its “medium-duty” vehicles, and 5% for its “heavy-duty” vehicles.

PepsiCo: This popular beverage company’s main goal is to reduce emissions by 20% by 2030, with EV vehicles factored into this goal.

Portland General Electric: 61% EV goal within the next 10 years, with 91 electrified vehicles already in use.

Port Authority New York and New Jersey:  Port Authority already has the largest electric bus fleet on the entire East Coast, reaching its 100% goal earlier this year. By 2023, over 50% of its light-duty fleet will be transitioned to EV.

Salt River Project: Arizona-based SRP it’s a major utility with goals to electricity 100% of its sedan fleet by the end of 2021 and reduce 30% of its fleet emissions by 2035.

Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority: Servicing the Silicon Valley, they have already made progress in meeting California’s mandate for zero-emissions transit buses by 2040.

Schneider Electric: This energy company joined Climate Group’s EV100 program in order to transition its 14,000-vehicle fleet to EV by 2030.

City of Seattle: The rainy city set goals to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2025 and only “fossil-free” vehicles by 2030 – with plans for a 6K green fleet as part of the transition.

Twin Rivers School District: This district in California was one of the first to use electric school buses, with 35 currently in operation and a plan tor each 91 over the next 3 years.

Uber: Following Lyft’s announcement, Uber released a statement saying it will reach a zero-emission fleet by 2040, with 100% of the rides electric in the US, Canada and Europe by 2030.

Unilever: This well-known brand of consumer products will commit to an entire 11,000 EV fleet by 2030, with 25% by 2020 and 50% by 2025.

UPS: UPS plans to buy 10K electric vehicles to add to its already 10,300 running on alternative fuel.

Walmart: This consumer giant announced that it is transitioning its entire fleet to zero emissions by 2030, which includes their long-haul trucks.

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