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Clean Growth In Scotland...

The UK Government’s 'Road to Zero' strategy outlines how they will support the transition to zero emission road transport and reduce emissions from conventional vehicles during the transition. The strategy is long term in scope and ambition, supporting the Clean Growth Industrial Strategy and considers the change, opportunities and risks up to 2050 and beyond. To achieve this, the Scotland needs to discourage the use of older, more polluting vehicles and reduce the number of areas in the UK where air pollution breaches legal limits. 

The perfect one-stop-shop – Register Now!

GREENFLEET Scotland is a FREE-TO-ATTEND ONLINE event, for professionals looking to explore the very latest in ultra-low emission vehicle technology, charging, sustainability and strategy. Beginning at 14.00 on the 16 May 2022, the event will outline the region’s own Strategy, with comment from Energy Saving Trust and Transport Scotland, it will address public sector purchasing frameworks with Crown Commercial Service and Scotland Excel, and all of that will follow the primary keynote from the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles. 

Ultra-Low Emission Vehicles (ULEVs) have a significant role to play in cleaning up the air. The authorities have a strategy, and this event will feature keynote presentations and group sessions that will enable YOU to find out more, and more importantly, the role that YOUR BUSINESS must play.

There is no need to do this alone... GREENFLEET Scotland will highlight how Scottish local authorities, Transport Scotland and The Energy Saving Trust can help YOUR business embark on a 'ULEV Journey', together!

So, if you are responsible for FLEET/TRANSPORT, FACILITIES/BUILDING, FINANCE and TRAINING, REGISTER NOW for GF Scotland and get involved in the conversation.

13.45 Waiting Room Open
14.05 Welcome
John Curtis, Event Host

Session 1: The Keynotes

14.05 Making the switch - Strategy & policy
Andy Robinson, Head of Fleets, Infrastructure and Low Carbon Consumers, Transport Scotland
14.15 Poll 1
14.19 EV Infrastructure in the Electric City of the UK
Fraser Crichton, Corporate Fleet Manager, Dundee City Council
14.28 Q&A Session 1

Session 2: Setting the standard: Leasing, Financing, Training & Accreditation

14.45 Leasing v Purchase and EV Driver Training
Mark Pow, BVRLA
14.52 How EV Ready is your fleet?
Catherine Hiles, Account Director, LeasePlan
15.00 Poll 2
15.02 FORS, the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme
Paul Grafton, Compliance & Training Officer,FORS
15.09 Poll 3
15.11 Q&A Session 2

Session 3: Fleet Electrification: The challenges and solutions

15.30 Case study: Challenges to electrifying large fleets
Stephen Rennie, EV Transition Technical Specialist & Holly McPhee, EV Transition Change Lead, Scottish Water
15.38 Kerbside Charging that helps fleets switch to electric
Heather Kennedy, Account Manager, Connected Kerb
15.45 Poll 4
15.47 Q&A Session 3
16.05 Summary & Future Vision in Scotland
John Curtis & Andy Robinson discuss the next steps for a Net Zero Scotland
16.15 Event Round-up
John Curtis

Event timings and speakers are subject to change

John Curtis

Event Host
John is one of the UKs leading low carbon, circular economy and sustainability experts, entrepreneurs and journalists. John has extensive experience in marketing and communications in the worlds of sustainability, renewable energy, electric vehicles and charging infrastructure

Heather Kennedy

Account Manager, Connected Kerb
Heather has extensive experience dealing with energy advice and latterly the electric vehicle market, particularly in developing relationships with Local Authority and commercial customers. Her passion for all things EV saw her create and run the Scottish EV Drivers Club in 2016 which now boasts over 2,000 members.

Catherine Hiles

Account Director, Leaseplan
With over 35 years’ fleet industry experience, Catherine is truly an expert in this field, and has an excellent industry-wide reputation. With expertise spanning both Corporate and Public Sector, Catherine specialises in supporting large complex fleets on their transformation to sustainability and optimisation.

Stephen Rennie

EV Transition Technical Specialist, Scottish Water
Stephen has worked in the electric vehicle industry in Scotland for more than 10 years, starting as Programme Manager at the Energy Saving Trust where he worked on a variety of EV work streams including developing and managing funding streams for EV charging infrastructure.

Holly McPhee

EV Transition Change Lead, Scottish Water
Holly studied International Business & Spanish at Strathclyde University, studying one year in Madrid for a BA Hons. Holly worked as a project manager in HP Enterprise before joining Scottish Water 5 years ago in their fleet team, becoming Electric Vehicle Change Lead in 2021.

Andy Robinson

Head of Fleets, Infrastructure and Low Carbon Consumers, Transport Scotland.
In his role as Head of Fleets, Infrastructure and Low Carbon Consumers at Transport Scotland, Andy is responsible for developing Scotland’s strategic approach to EV infrastructure and fleet decarbonisation and managing investment programmes supporting the delivery of Scottish Ministers climate change ambitions in these areas. He joined Transport Scotland in autumn 2019.

Fraser Crichton

Corporate Fleet Manager, Dundee City Council
Fraser Crichton is the Corporate Fleet Manager for Dundee City Council. Fraser has been at the forefront of developing and implementing electric vehicles (EVs) and charging infrastructure within Dundee since 2010. He has overseen the growth of the council fleet of EVs and now has one of the largest electric fleets of any local authority in the UK. 

Paul Grafton

Compliance and Training Officer, FORS
Paul has worked in the transport industry for 42 years. He started as a mechanic and progressed through to Class 1 HGV driver, transport management, business owner for compliance audits/inspections and driver training. Paul is currently a Compliance and Training Officer on the FORS contract.

*Speakers are subject to possible change – please come back regularly for updates


FORS is simple and effective national accreditation which works in partnership with the road transport industry to help it become safer, greener and more efficient.

Connected Kerb

Connected Kerb is one of the UK’s leading providers of electric vehicle charging infrastructure solutions. We aim to make EV charging affordable, sustainable, and accessible to all regardless of social status, location or physical ability with long-lasting solutions for local authorities, property developers, commercial real estate, fleets and workplaces.


LeasePlan has more than 1.9 million vehicles under management in over 30 countries. With more than 50 years’ experience, our mission is to provide our customers with what’s next in mobility - from business and personal contract hire to flexible rental solutions.

*Speakers are subject to possible change – please come back regularly for updates