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emergency GREENFLEET II will once again deliver the key information that the UK emergency services sector needs, as they embark on their electrification strategies.

Join us online for our ‘Roadmap to Blue Light Electrification’ event… A gathering of professionals and experts, where you can engage, exchange ideas, discuss strategies, form alliances, and more. 

Delivered on our new platform, that now has an enhanced EXPO feature, there will be extra time for you to roam around, freely, and discover more about the vehicles, products and solutions that are there to help you on your electrification journey.

Electrification… Can it be done?

We will have 3 x Sessions that cover the Key Factors you need to consider to ensure a successful transition to a cleaner, electrified fleet.


Policy, Purchasing & Incentives

Build a corporate strategy that aligns with UK government policy and execute it with sound purchasing decisions. Keynotes from Office for Zero Emission Vehicles, plus Blue Light Commercial, featuring an insight into the plans being implemented by Police Scotland. 

Hear from Hants & Isle of Wight Fire Service, who are at the beginning of their electrification journey. The strategy is in place, the financing now secured. What’s next on the agenda as they embark on a road to an electrified fleet?


Right vehicle, right choice

Considerations for changing the DNA of the fleet, including innovative solutions showcases from Babcock International, Toyota & Lexus Fleet and Maxus UK, plus a West Midlands electric ambulance case study. 

While electrification of the rapid-response, blue light fleet has its own challenges, immediate changes to the support and staff fleet can help improve efficiency and save money. We have it covered.


Operational Efficiency: Highways & Workplace – Research, Deploy, Retrain

What needs to be done to future-proof the UK road network as we embrace electrification and how do we position charging infrastructure? Hear from Highways England on the decorbanisation of the UK road network, plus innovative research tools from Traffilog.

We learn about workplace and depot charging solutions, from Joju Charging and the Institute of the Motor Industry explain what training is required to ensure that maintenance and upkeep of the vehicles and the estate follows best practice.

As the UK government continues to drive home the ‘Net Zero’ message and looks at bringing forward the date of the ICE vehicle ban from 2040 to 2035, the UK fleet sector is trying to keep pace and make the necessary changes to ensure this happens. The ‘blue light’ sector is no different, in that sense, but where it does differ is in the challenges it faces, outside of the normal ‘vehicle choice’ conundrum. 

emergency GREENFLEET recognises this and have put together a programme that is designed to not only give you the very latest from UK government, but also highlight the products, services and solutions that are out there too.