Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission voted 8-to-1 for ZEV standards, joining 10 other states such as California and New York and supported by the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and Global Automakers.
In the past year, the University of Virginia fleet has reduced its gasoline consumption by 3,200 gallons and its carbon emissions by 28 metric tons.
An audit by the Environmental Protection Agency’s independent Office of the Inspector General says the agency's testing of glider kit emissions, which found they produced significantly more emissions than new vehicles, “complied with standard practices.”
At the 2019 Fleet Forward Conference, representatives from Motorq, LeasePlan, Toyota, and Strategy Analytics will delve into the practical considerations for controlling, sharing, and monetizing data from a fleet perspective.
Mike Branch of Geotab and Dain Giesie of Enterprise Fleet Management will demonstrate how artificial intelligence and big data are being leveraged to spec vehicles based on vocation, topography, city density, and even local weather patterns.