Running a green fleet today is not just a matter of corporate social responsibility, it has become a duty under a number of EU and environment requirement and a way of making the most cost-effective decision for your business.
Energy efficiency and emission targets change quickly. The 2012 EU Energy efficiency directive establishes regulations and measures companies should take to meet emission targets in 2020 and the directive find a correspondant in the ESOS - Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme regulations in the UK and the EAS - Energy Auditing Scheme in Ireland. It is just an example of how we cannot skip thinking about the environmental side of our business.
SynX helps with emissions and reducing your carbon footprint, while keeping track of consumption for recording purposes. Today there is an easy way to lower your global fuel consumption, track how you progress on this and become environment-friendly!
Have a green fleet with SynX!
Ecodriving, or eco-driving, means using driving styles and techniques that are more fuel efficient and at the same time improve road safety. It is a modern way of decreasing fuel consumption and having a more environmental-friendly driving behaviour.
By monitoring dangerous driving and setting up alerts for speeding, rapid acceleration, harsh braking and idling events you can train your drivers to reduce their impact on carbon footprint. A fuel efficient driving style is also a safe one and will promote best practices like regular maintenance.
Here is some of the features integrated in SynX that can help you in decreasing global fuel consumption and reducing emissions:
Monitor and improve your drivers routes on a consistent basis. Plenty of information available to help here, live traffic information could help in re routing your drivers on a real time behaviour. Use tracking systems...
Sustainability and putting green fleet policies into practice is an integral part of the global environmental solution; something that is now a legal requirement often regulated by new provisions. But there are also...