The E3 Fleet Rating System will provide fleets with a measurement of how 'green' their operations are.
VANCOUVER, B.C. — The scenic coast of B.C. will be the setting for the official launch of the E3 Fleet Rating System, the first green rating system for vehicle fleets in North America.
E3 Fleet recognizes vehicle fleets for achieving green performance and also helps them increase fuel efficiency, reduce emissions, and manage expenses.
On Nov. 15, the early evening event at the Fairmont Waterfront Hotel in Vancouver will provide an opportunity to network with leading municipalities, utilities, trucking fleets and technology providers in celebrating the launch of the system.
The E3 (energy environment excellence) Fleet Rating System was featured in the November print edition of Truck News. The new system is based on the LEED Green Building Rating System, which sets standards for designers, architects and builders of commercial buildings.
E3 Fleet Charter Members include: Auto-Gas Propane, the B.C. Ministry of Environment, the City of Coquitlam, the City of Hamilton, the City of Kelowna, the City of North Vancouver, the City of Vancouver, the City of Whistler, the District of Maple Ridge, Enbridge, the Township of Langley, and the University of B.C.
For more information on the rating system, visit www.e3fleet.com.
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