Fleet sustainability: a ‘good’ choice
Your journey to an carbon zero with electric vehicles
Businesses play a vital role in reducing Australia’s carbon emissions. Transitioning to an electric fleet can help us achieve those targets, as well as reduce your own CO2 emissions, lower your operating costs, and enhance your reputation. We can help you meet your carbon objectives and fleet sustainability goals by leasing hybrid, plug-in hybrid or battery electric vehicles. Or if you have a large fleet, we can guide your transition to a low or zero-emission fleet, through our Journey to Carbon Zero program.
Transition your fleet in five steps
Set your carbon strategy
Decide and document what you’re looking to achieve and in what timeframe.
Understand your fleet mission
Define the purpose of your fleet and how it needs to service your business.
Select your vehicle
Choose the right mix of vehicles that work for your organisation.
Charging and infrastructure
Consider how you will charge your vehicles from home, the workplace or public charging to keep your vehicles on the road, as seamlessly as traditional petrol vehicles.
Get your people on board
Engage your team for a smooth transition to a more sustainable fleet.
Reap the benefits of going green
No matter the reason you’re choosing to move to a sustainable fleet, the benefits can really stack up in your favour.
Keep operating costs down
Electric cars generally have lower operating costs than conventional or hybrid vehicles, due to less moving parts.
Electric vehicles produce significantly less CO2 emissions over their lifetime – so your business will be playing its part towards a greener, healthier planet.
Improved brand reputation
Consumers are making more informed decisions about who they buy from based on their sustainably track record. Make the choice easier for your customers by transitioning to more sustainable vehicles – a great way to showcase the values of your business.
Latest technology and brands to market
The range of low and zero emission models is increasing rapidly. More choice and competition among the major manufacturers means more competitive pricing.
Pay no Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) on electric vehicles
The Australian government has provided individuals and businesses with an additional incentive to go green. From 1 July 2022, certain zero or low-carbon emission cars including, battery electric, hydrogen fuel cell, and plug-in hybrids with a retail price of less than $89,332 are FBT-exempt, making leasing an even more financially compelling option.
Our government-backed approach
We’re working alongside the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) to offer you one of Australia’s most competitive electric vehicle finance solutions. Start your journey to carbon zero today.Download our eBook