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

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.

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