• David Martell
  • Jon Wakefield
  • Thomas Henderson
  • Terry Pycroft
  • Michael Hurwitz
  • Vincent Tourette
  • Norman Harding
  • John Pryor, Chairman, ACFO
  • Dan Martin, Elmtronics
  • Mark Barratt, General manager, LDV UK & Ireland
  • Graham Cooley
  • Amanda Lyne
  • Hannah Collishaw
  • Paul Phillpott
  • Chris Grayling
  • Poppy Welch
  • Darren Smith
  • Martin Flach
  • Elon Musk
  • Arne Knaben
, Managing Director, Volvo Trucks UK & Ireland
  • Monica Guise
  • Carl Nicholson
  • Edmund King
  • Paul Gatti
  • Andy Eastlake
  • Matt Dyer
  • Gerry Keaney
  • Phillip Hammond
  • Rachel Thompson
  • Mike Hawes, Chief Executive, SMMT
  • Chris Gubbey, CEO, LEVC
  • Nigel Morris
  • Robert Evans
  • Erik Fairbairn
  • Claire Perry
  • Gary McCrae
  • Quentin Willson
  • Justin Laney
  • Bianca Orrey
  • Andy Barratt
  • Sadiq Khan
  • Edward Kulperger, European Vice President, Geotab
  • John Gorton
  • Matthew Morgan
  • Tony Whitehorn
  • Dr Ben Lane, Director, Next Green Car
  • Jon Hunt
  • Mark Roberts
  • Dhruv Parekh - CEO, Masternaut
  • James Thornton
  • Dr Colin Herron
  • Paul Willis
  • Kieron Alsop
  • Gary Savage
  • Colin Ferguson
  • Mike Potter
  • Chris Chandler
  • Kevin Bradshaw
  • Jane Lindsay‐Green
  • Phillip Sellwood
  • Nicholas Brownrigg
  • Rebecca Kite
  • Khaled Shahbo
  • Richard Lowden
  • Michael Gove
  • Natasha Robinson

The 100 most influential figures in environmental fleet management

Our 100 Most Influential list is a mix of fleet managers, vehicle manufacturers, government figures, campaigners and company bosses that have all done something over the years that has made an impact on the industry and, as a result, made it greener. These range from policy changes and the launch of cleaner vehicles, to fleets embracing zero or low emission vehicles and sharing their experiences with others.

Browse the GreenFleet 100 list