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Case Study
Thursday, 21 October, 2021

Britain’s biggest generator of zero carbon electricity, EDF, has introduced a new “EV First” campaign designed to speed fleet electrification and plant trees simultaneously with Arval UK. The energy company introduced a new policy for its 400 company cars in Q2 2020 that offered a range of electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) as part of a corporate pledge to meet the EV100 standard.

Leading the charge to 2030 - is your business ready?
Tuesday, 21 September, 2021

Experts from BNP Paribas and Arval UK will help to put COP26 and the 2030 petrol and diesel ban into context for fleets at a webinar on Wednesday 29 September. 

Arval UK’s Head of Consultancy, Shaun Sadlier, will provide strategic insight into the electrification process followed by some of the UK’s largest fleets while Alexandra Basirov, Global Head of Sustainable Finance FIC at BNP Paribas will share sustainability expertise from the financial services sector.

National Insurance increase strengthens EV standing
Company News
Tuesday, 14 September, 2021

The increase in National Insurance (NI) contributions recently confirmed by government has further strengthened the financial standing of electric vehicles (EVs) as company cars, and made them even more attractive within salary sacrifice schemes, says Arval UK.

Vehicle Leasing
Monday, 23 August, 2021

A 280% growth has been seen by Arval UK in the number of vehicles it operates under its Ignition salary sacrifice product during the last 12 months, new figures show, with the top 15 cars chosen now all electric vehicles (EVs).

Richard Cox, consultant at the fleet and mobility specialist, explained that the growth showed both the burgeoning popularity of “sal-sac” and how quickly EV adoption could happen in the “right conditions” – with an appropriate combination of supportive tax incentives, increased vehicle choice and firm employer commitment.

Fleet Research
Wednesday, 11 August, 2021

Almost two out of three small-medium enterprises (SMEs) would consider using specific leasing products for cars and vans – although outright purchase still remains the most popular option.

Case Study
Wednesday, 28 July, 2021

Sustainable cleaning company, Tennant Group, has switched to a whole life cost (WLC) model to construct its company car list and accelerate the electrification of its fleet.

Fleet Research
Wednesday, 21 July, 2021

Almost half of UK employers (46%) who offer alternative mobility solutions do so for all of their staff, according to Arval Mobility Observatory’s 2021 Barometer.

Fleet Research
Wednesday, 14 July, 2021

Low tax rates on electric vehicles (EVs) has resulted in a large increase – now 53% compared to 39% in 2020 – in employers offering salary sacrifice to non-company car drivers, new research shows. 

Fleet Research
Wednesday, 7 July, 2021

The popularity of contract hire – also known as operating leasing – as a method for funding company cars and vans looks set to dramatically grow over the next three years, new research shows.

Findings from the Arval Mobility Observatory’s latest Barometer show that the percentage of businesses operating vehicle fleets who either intend to increase or introduce the use of this means of finance during the next three years has risen to more than half (51%) from slightly more than a quarter (26%) during the last 12 months, an increase of almost 100%.


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