City of Nanaimo Achieves E3 Fleet Silver!

Shown in the image above are (left to right) Nanaimo Mayor Leonard Krog, Fleet Manager Jason Evans and Tami Rey, Fleet Administration

Congratulations to the City of Nanaimo for its E3 Fleet Silver level rating!

Here’s some info about the E3 award:

  • Nanaimo achieved Silver-level E3 Rating based on a third-party independent audit of its year-over-year reduction in fuel-use and CO2, and its new Green Fleet Plan which was approved by City Council on May 14, 2020
  • Nanaimo Council’s Strategic Plan places significant emphasis on Environmental Responsibility 
  • In 2019, Council directed staff to become part of E3 and pursue a fleet review and develop a Green Fleet Strategy
  • E3 Fleet is the first national program dedicated to green performance in fleets of vehicles
  • E3 Fleet is a not-for-profit program that helps public and private sector organizations green up their vehicle fleets
  • Including Nanaimo, there are now 15 fleets with E3 Fleet Ratings — 2 Platinum, 6 Gold, 6 Silver, and 1 Bronze. Behind each E3 honor are impressive accomplishments, and committed people
  • More info is found on

“I am very pleased and proud to see that the City of Nanaimo adopted its new Green Fleet Strategy and was awarded a Silver E3 Rating by E3 Fleet”.

Bill Sims, General Manager, Engineering & Public Works for the City of Nanaimo

  Bill also gave a “shout out to (then) Fleet Manager Jason Evans and Tami Rey, Fleet Services Administration for their hard work and Jason’s leadership on this file during his too-short tenure here”. Jason recently returned to his roots, assuming a new position in the Fleet Section at the Region of Niagara. Jason’s role has been taken up by Mike Squire, Acting Fleet Manager, City of Nanaimo.

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