41% of all new car
sales in Australia are bought for fleets

In 2022, businesses were responsible for
4.5 million vehicles on Australian roads.

Electrify Company Fleets

Companies have an important role to play in electrifying our cars and trucks – but they're not moving fast enough.

Keep scrolling to find out which companies are leading the race to electric vehicles – and which are still in the slow lane.

Take Action

Companies have stalled on the road to electric vehicles. It's time we told them Australians want cleaner, quieter streets.

Here are simple 3 things you can do right now to get corporate fleets into gear.

Greenpeace Electric Fleets Petition

Sign the open letter

Your voice matters. Australian companies need to know that their customers want renewable-powered electric cars and trucks. Let them know you want cleaner, quieter, streets in your neighbourhood.

Share the Electric Fleets on LinkedIn

Share on LinkedIn

Spark the conversation in your network by sharing the campaign on LinkedIn and showing companies that renewable-powered electric transport is the way to go!

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Email the supermarkets

Join the thousands of Australians calling on supermarket giants Coles and ALDI to make a commitment to clean transport.

Why should businesses
electrify their fleets?

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Why should businesses electrify their fleets

The latest news on electric vehicles

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EV charging: How fast is “fast enough”?

This article in The Driven considers how fast is "fast enough" when it comes to electric vehicle charging?

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Woolworths commits to 100% electric delivery trucks by 2030

Supermarket giant Woolworths is leading the charge in electric fleets

Supercharging our Supermarkets Report

Report: Supercharging our Supermarkets

A new Greenpeace report reveals how supermarkets could triple number of charging points in Australia

The case for renewable powered electric fleets

Report: Charging Corporate Action

This Greenpeace report details the case for businesses committing to renewable-powered electric vehicle fleets

The Toyota Files by Greenpeace

The Toyota Files by Greenpeace

Unearthing the secrets behind Australia's most trusted carmaker

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120 Aussie Mayors and Councillors speak up on electric vehicles

120 Aussie Mayors and Councillors spark campaign to fast-track affordable EVs. Read more on local government action via the Cities Power Partnership.

A silver Polestar car parked under a large tree

Polestar raises bar for green metals and renewables in EVs. 

Polestar slashes CO2 emissions from EVs through green metals, more renewables. Read more at The Driven.

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Fleet News Group Podcast

Senior Campaigner Violette Snow talks to Fleet News Group podcast about Electrify Fleets, our new corporate electric vehicles rankings.


Teachers Mutual Bank commits to 100% electric fleet by 2027

Australian bank commits to 100% EV fleet, saying it will save $29,000 per vehicle

Pollution may kill 10 times more than crashes

Sydney Morning Herald: Pollution kills more than car crashes

The hidden road toll: Pollution may kill 10 times more than crashes

Volvo to start making electric trucks

The Driven: Electric truck manufacturing in Australia

Volvo to start making electric trucks at Australia’s biggest vehicle factory in 2027

Lead the charge towards cleaning up automotive supply chain

Leading the charge toward cleaner automotive supply chains

A new global campaign to lead the charge towards cleaning up automotive supply chains

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Fleet EV News: Australia post happy with Volvo electric truck

Australia Post has taken delivery of its first Volvo electric vehicle

It's time to get our homes, workplaces and communities off oil and gas forever. Head on over to our main Electrify website to see what else Greenpeace is doing in the electrification revolution. 

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