ACFO webinar to focus on future fleet fuels

ACFO’s third webinar, which takes place on Friday, 22 June at 12 noon, will focus on fleet fuels of the future to help fleet managers with vehicle powertrain selection.

Diesel, petrol, hybrid, hybrid electric and electric vehicles are all in the mix depending on cost and fitness-for-purpose and to help fleet managers with their decision making a trio of experts will join ACFO’s webinar.

The webinar will be hosted by ACFO digital chairman Julie Summerell and digital secretary James Pestell.

An expert panel has been assembled to make presentations and answer questions submitted before, during and after the discussions. Panelists include Doug Hyett, national fleet sales manager at Volkswagen UK, Stewart Lightbody, head of fleet services, Anglian Water Services, and James O’Neill, UK sales director, at international electric solutions provider Ensto.

The webinars are designed to enable ACFO members to obtain up-to-date information without leaving their desks on key announcements by legislators in Europe, Whitehall and at a local government level and insight as to how those measures will impact on their fleet strategies and long-term operations.

Webinar registration is via the ACFO website at www.acfo.org or on the Read More link below. The webinar will also be available as a download from the ‘members’ area’ of the website. Members unable to join the webinar may submit fuel-related questions for answering prior to or post the event via email to info@acfo.org.

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