At Zeelo, we encourage a culture where people work smart, move fast, and work together. Over the next few months we are going to hear from some of our amazing…
It’s an exciting time for Zeelo, with wonderful new opportunities on the horizon; our partnership with Zenobē is creating opportunities for our operator partners to trial electric fleet infrastructure, we recently launched the UKs first fully electric school bus, aided in the creation of over 8000 new jobs and we are hard at work, driving our Net-Zero strategy and goal of fulfilling over 8,000,000 journeys on electric buses by 2030.
We are excited to announce an exciting and innovative new partnership with the international EV fleet and battery storage specialist Zenobē in a concerted effort to advance the fleet electrification of private bus transportation in the UK.
Dwight School London Have Gone Electric; Sustainable Home-to-school Transport That Doesn’t Cost The Earth!
As part of Zeelo’s ESG Strategy to drive the transition towards net zero-bus transport in the United Kingdom by 2030, we are delighted to announce that Dwight School London has become the first independent school in the United Kingdom to adopt a new electric bus service for their students.
Many students use a bus or other form of public transportation to get to school, and this frequent trip offers an opportunity for unsupervised social interaction and, of course, catching up on any last-minute homework. But schools must realise how crucial it is to ensure that safety and welfare rules are followed while providing transportation services.
The Government has and continues to reject calls to make car parking permanently free for all NHS workers. In July 2020, the Prime Minister confirmed that NHS staff would receive free car parking for the duration of the pandemic but reiterated that this was always intended to be a time-limited measure at a time of unprecedented demand. Free parking for NHS staff was rescinded in April 2022 and reportedly cost around £130 million during the pandemic.
An alternative to the long daily commute, shared transport solutions allow employees to share trips to work with colleagues who are travelling in the same direction, to the same place.…
In April 2019, the Ultra-Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ) was established in Central London, covering the same area as that of the London Congestion Charge. The purpose of such zoning was to decrease the number of polluting cars on the road
The fuel price has been raised again in South Africa. It is the third time this year that the price of fuel has been increased by the government.
One of our Zeeloites, Jack attended this year’s London Tech Week and gives us the inside scoop on what he learned in the ClimateTech and Future of Work Summits