Supporting you on the Road to Zero

The Government’s Road to Zero Strategy presents us all with a challenge to drastically reduce our carbon emissions by 2030. The electric vehicle revolution is upon us!

For those in fleet management, that means taking a 3-step approach to sustainability:

  • collecting accurate data around vehicle use
  • managing and reducing demand
  • investing in ultra low-emission vehicles (ULEVs) and infrastructure

We know there’s enthusiasm for this transition, but unblocking the road to electrification can often seem difficult and daunting. The good news is that CCS is here to ease your journey, with a range of end-to-end products and services designed to meet the needs of your organisation, regardless of size or sector.

Find out more about our CCS sustainability offer and how we’re empowering you to buy sustainably.

Watch the video to find more how we can help your fleet become more sustainable.

The frameworks for you

Sustainability is woven into all our frameworks, whether acquiring, managing or maintaining your fleet. Here are a few examples to get you started.

  • Telematics

    A smart solution for capturing data to help you monitor and analyse vehicle demand across your fleet. 

    Go to framework RM6143

  • Vehicle Purchase

    Our suppliers provide a range of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) including electric cars, vans and motorcycles.

    Go to framework RM6244

  • Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Solutions (VCIS)

    Solutions to help you develop the charging infrastructure (e.g. charge points) for electric and hybrid vehicles. 

    Go to framework RM6213

Virtual case studies

  • Electric Vehicles and infrastructure - Brecon Beacons National Park

  • Green Car Salary Sacrifice - Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS

  • Select the right Electric Vehicle - Gloucestershire Constabulary

  • Electric Vehicles - East Devon District Council

  • Vehicle Charging Infrastructure - The Ministry of Justice

  • Green Company Car Scheme by CCS - Longhurst Group

Electric vehicles: a green shoot of recovery in the fleet industry

We may be in the midst of an unprecedented health crisis, but climate change hasn’t gone away. The public sector still faces an urgent need to reduce pollution and carbon emissions – which means we all need to review our fleet policies and consider what our future fleet will look like in a post-pandemic world. 

Our Head of Fleet, Tammy Carter, is listed 13th in the top 100 most influential people in the zero and low-carbon fleet industry by GreenFleet Magazine.

Knowledge is power - blogs, case studies, whitepapers, webinars

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Whitepapers (1 )

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    Fleet whitepaper - your guide to 2020 and beyond

    With sustainability an ever-increasing theme, the 2020s are set to be a fast-moving decade for the fleet manager. Our Fleet category experts have written this whitepaper to help you get ahead of the curve.

    Learn more

Webinars (2 )

  1. Buying an electric vehicle - CCS fleet webinar

    Our Fleet category experts held a webinar exploring the factors all fleet managers need to consider when buying an electric vehicle. Download now.

    Access the recorded webinar
  2. Webinar: A road map to electrifying your fleet for social housing providers

    This webinar will provide a road map to electrifying your fleet for social housing providers. Hear from our fleet experts and our housing association partner, Procure Plus.

    Watch the on demand webinar

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