The GreenFleet 100 Most Influential list is a mix of individuals that have helped the transport sector become greener. These range from fleet managers to vehicle manufacturers, policy makers and green campaigners.

Phillip Hammond
1

The government’s chief financial minister takes the top spot for the huge impact his financial decisions will have on fleets and the green motoring sector.

Chris Grayling
2

Chris Grayling was named the new Transport Secretary in the swift cabinet reshuffle that occurred once Prime Minister Teresa May took power.

John Hayes, Transport Minister
3

Sharing the Chris Grayling’s responsibilities is Transport Minister John Hayes, and so he takes third place for the power he holds in the transport industry.

Sadiq Khan
4

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has said he wants to help every Londoner breathe cleaner air. And rightly so as five days into 2017 and the capital has already breached its legal limits of air pollution.

5

Richard heads up the UK’s Office of Low Emissions Vehicles (OLEV) which was set up to support the early market for electric vehicles and take forward the government’s green vehicle policies.

Konstanze Scharring
6

Konstanze is responsible for all aspects of policy and technical support for the SMMT membership and for SMMT’s subsidiary companies – Motor Codes and SMMT Industry Forum.

Phillip Sellwood
7

Philip Sellwood has been the chief executive of the Energy Saving Trust since 2003, leading the organisation to deliver on its quest to help everyone save energy.

Greg Archer
8

When the Volkswagen emissions cheating scandal came out, Greg Archer was vocal in his predictions that this was not an isolated case and that more companies will be found to have cheated the test. And he was right.

Paul Van der Burgh
9

Paul Van der Burgh has more than 28 years’ experience in the automotive industry, and joined Toyota Motor Europe in 2005.

David Martell
10

David was early into the EV charging market with Chargemaster and hasn’t let momentum slow. The company runs the POLAR network, the largest network of public charging points in the country.

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