'Surprisingly powerful' fleet managers can drive €28bn in clean tech savings

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CE Delft report finds currently available technology could make huge reductions to fuel costs and emissions

Cleaner corporate fleets could save European companies €28bn simply by making use of available efficiency measures and technologies. That is the conclusion of a new report from analysts CE Delft commissioned...

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