Shell introduces the Accelerate to Zero program for decarbonisation fleets in Poland

The Shell Fleet Solutions team is implementing the global Accelerate to Zero program on the Polish market, the aim of which is to support business clients in achieving ambitious decarbonization goals, Shell announced. The introduced set of services and products is intended to help companies in planning and implementing the most effective solutions leading to the reduction of the emissivity of their fleets.

Thanks to the programme, Shell helps clients outline a tailor-made roadmap for decarbonisation and provides expert assistance at every stage of implementing the proposed solutions. They concern electromobility (e.g. charging electric vehicles), increasing the efficiency of the fleet thanks to telematics and offsetting carbon dioxide emissions. The program consists of four stages: diagnosis, planning, implementation and execution. SFS monitors the implementation of its recommendations and the effects of actions taken by customers on an ongoing basis, which allows for effective planning of further stages of the program and increases the pace of fleet decarbonization.

“The aim of the program is to support business in the pursuit of a truly sustainable and zero-emission future for fleets. Decarbonisation depends on the correct assessment of the individual needs of our customers, which is why the support of the Shell Fleet Solutions team is so important. Using digital solutions provided to us by SAP, we analyze data related to fleet performance, and then provide recommendations that will help the client achieve zero net emissions,” said Lukasz Klamka, Director of Fleet Solutions at Shell Polska, quoted in the release.

The partner providing Shell Fleet Solutions with applications and services necessary to operate the program is SAP.

The Dutch-British concern Shell is the largest fuel company in the world. It has been present in Poland since 1992 and is the fourth largest operator of petrol stations – at the end of 2022, the company managed a network of 453 stations.

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