"Through this program, we demonstrated that by reducing unnecessary idling, we can improve fuel economy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and generate financial savings. Driving Change represents the type of sustainability solution that will become very important to cities across the country."
Governor John Hickenlooper (former Denver Mayor)
The increasing attention to global warming is driving many organizations to implement plans to reduce their carbon emissions "footprint". While it may seem as if your only option is to replace your current fleet with more fuel efficient vehicles, there is a more immediate and cost-effective solution. Driving Change powered by Enviance. By participating in Driving Change, you will be able to:
- Reduce CO2 emissions
- Increase vehicle MPG
- Lower fuel costs
- Improve driver safety
- Enhance public health
Piloted by the City and County of Denver, Driving Change is the first internet-based vehicular greenhouse gas management system which helped Denver improve its fuel efficiency 15%. Applying that to a fleet of 1,000 vehicles, your organization can realize savings up to $500 thousand each year.
Even if you are not directly affected by pending carbon regulation, you may be indirectly impacted by increased fuel costs as the cost of carbon is passed through to your organization. In order to prepare for this, you need to consider all your organization's emission sources including mobile sources like fleet vehicles. While you may be estimating your mobile source greenhouse gas emissions using fuel data, your organization may be struggling with how to reduce those emissions, and in turn, lower your fuel costs. And, that's where Driving Change comes in.
Driving Change is powered by Enviance, a proven enterprise-wide emissions inventory data management system used by Fortune 1000 companies and government organizations held to strict regulatory guidelines.