Enterprise expands zero fleet with EVs and hydrogen

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has expanded its EV fleet with 100 plug-in vans, available for rental at 14 Enterprise Flex-E-Rent depots across South England and the Midlands.

The expansion follows the addition of 30 new electric Renault ZOE cars to Enterprise’s rental fleet in Scotland and its pilot programme of 17 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric cars in 2021.

This investment will support businesses trying out electric vehicles as they plan for the ending of the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans in 2030 and as my UK towns and cities are planning to introduce Clean Air and Low Emission Zones in 2021.

Danny Glynn, MD of Enterprise Flex-E-Rent, said: “We believe we have a valuable role to play in the decarbonisation of transportation through the adoption of the latest technologies. Enterprise was one of the first rental companies to experiment with electric vans. In 2018, we partnered with infrastructure services specialist (and Awards Winner) FM Conway to trial the use of plug-in electric vans in its London operations.”

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