Guidance

Ultra low emission vehicles: getting central government fleets ready

Explains in full how central government departments are able to participate in the ultra low emission vehicle (ULEV) readiness project.

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ULEV readiness project phase 1: guidance for central government departments

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The Office for Low Emission Vehicles is no longer processing registrations from central government departments and their agencies for phase one of the ULEV Readiness Project.

This guidance document is produced for central government departments to help them through the process of:

  • procuring chargepoints
  • securing vehicle leases
  • participating in fleet reviews

The ULEV readiness project is a £5 million project managed by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV). It aims to get ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) into central government and wider public sector fleets. A guidance document for wider public sector organisations is also available.

Published 26 August 2014
Last updated 13 October 2014 + show all updates
  1. Added note that the Office for Low Emission Vehicles is no longer processing registrations from central government departments and their agencies for phase one of the ULEV Readiness Project.
  2. First published.