Photo: L.A. Auto Show

Photo: L.A. Auto Show

Bobit Business Media, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities program, will present the first-ever Green Fleet Car of the Year and the Green Fleet Truck of the Year awards at the Connected Car Expo, which will be held in conjunction with the Los Angeles Auto Show Nov. 18-20, 2014.

A panel of judges from the Clean Cities Coalition and Bobit Business Media will select three finalists for each award from the nominations submitted by all OEMs for each award based on a numerical scoring methodology that incorporates the following criteria:

  • Fuel economy.
  • Petroleum displacement.
  • EPA air pollution score.
  • EPA greenhouse gas score.
  • Passenger capacity (for the Green Fleet Car of the Year Award).
  • Payload capacity (for the Green Fleet Truck of the Year Award).
  • NTHSA safety ratings.

Once the three finalists for each award are selected, the readers of Green Fleet magazine and Automotive Fleet magazines will select (using online voting) the winner of the 2015 Green Fleet Car of the Year award and separately the winner of the 2015 Green Fleet Truck of the Year award.

The two winners will be announced at a special awards luncheon that will be held at the Connected Car Expo (CCE) Nov. 19, 2014.

Recognizing that new technologies are fueling rapid change in the automotive industry, L.A. Auto Show organizers produce the Connected Car Expo, a one-day conference and three-day expo with a dual mission – to showcase innovative companies designing the future of the connected car space and serve as an open forum for attendees to connect with top media and key players shaping the identity and ability of mobility.

In addition to the vehicle awards, Bobit Business Media, in partnership with the Clean Cities program, will announce the winner of “Innovations in Sustainability,” a brand-new award that will be presented to one national fleet and one local fleet, headquartered in the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area.

About L.A. Auto Show
Endorsed by the Greater L.A. New Car Dealer Association, the LA Auto Show was launched in 1907. Over the course of a century, the L.A. Auto Show has established itself as one of the world’s premier stages to break news and feature innovations to more than 16,000 decision makers and influencers over the course of three press/trade days, and delivers hundreds of thousands of shoppers over the course of 10 consumer days.

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Mike Antich

Mike Antich

Former Editor and Associate Publisher

Mike Antich covered fleet management and remarketing for more than 20 years and was inducted into the Fleet Hall of Fame in 2010 and the Global Fleet of Hal in 2022. He also won the Industry Icon Award, presented jointly by the IARA and NAAA industry associations.

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