Shell Fleet Solutions launches "Accelerate to Zero" decarbonization program

Shell Fleet Solutions launches “Accelerate to Zero” decarbonization program

This new initiative will help fleets map their own sustainability journeys, the company says.

Shell Fleet Solutions will launch the “Accelerate to Zero” program in the US market on May 5 to help fleets meet their sustainability targets. The company says the new fleet offering brings together a mix of solutions Shell developed to help like-minded businesses decarbonize and improve sustainability.

According to the company, Accelerate to Zero is a multi-stage program that features flexibility to adjust for a business’s individual requirements and the emergence of evolving technology. Steps include analyzing a fleet’s decarbonization goals, building a clear road map designed to help deliver those goals, and setting up a fleet with the appropriate solutions to achieve them.

Through the program, Shell Fleet Solutions says it will support fleets with the shift toward increased sustainability as they face the challenges of balancing costs, lowering total cost of ownership and exploring new mobility solutions. The company notes that data integration is key to the program, helping companies to move away from using multiple disparate channels to track fleet information towards a single, holistic view of their operations, highlighting key areas for improvement.

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