June 15, 2024

Enterprise Mobility cuts emissions with car club scheme

Enterprise Mobility has partnered with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) to enhance the sustainability of its business travel. 

Nearly 100 Enterprise Car Club vehicles are now deployed on site at three locations in Wiltshire and Hampshire. Employees can opt for public transport for their daily commute, minimising traffic and noise pollution, while providing access to vehicles at work for essential business travel.

The initiative has also reduced the need for vehicle deliveries and collections, cutting business mileage by an estimated 372,000 miles and saved more than 100 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) supply chain emissions within a 12-month period (February 2022 to January 2023). 

This emission saving is equivalent to flying from London Heathrow to Sydney, Australia more than 30 times.

The dedicated car club vehicles are equipped with telematics to capture data on use, mileage and emissions to help tailor Dstl’s approach to business travel. For instance, by reviewing journey distances, Dstl can determine the number of vehicles that could transition to electric vehicles in the future.