The impact of our neighbourhood network on the future of sustainable transit is most clearly seen among urban populations where car hire plays an increasingly important role.
We believe that by embracing, promoting and practicing sustainability, we benefit along with the environment. It’s about getting people involved. It's good for our people, our customers and our business.
Our expertise in fleet management, paired with our commitment to sustainability, is a powerful combination. It's important that we address our environmental impact as a business, as well as ensure our fleet relies more on renewable fuels. We offer the latest car models, which are more efficient, including electric and hybrid vehicles.
28.3% get 32 MPG (or more)
We are the first major player in the car hire industry to shift our fleet of US airport shuttle buses to five per cent biodiesel. Our goal is to have our entire US fleet of shuttle buses running on cleaner fuel.
In 2010, we announced a commitment to reduce both our energy use and costs by 20 per cent in five years. To date, electricity use has been reduced by 16.5 per cent, and natural gas use has been reduced by 7.6 per cent.Read about our 20/20 vision
In 2013, the Enterprise Holdings Foundation established an endowment for sustainable energy research at the University of Missouri.
Investment to the Donald Danforth Center, to create the Enterprise Rent-a-Car Institute for Renewable Fuels – working towards the advancement of alternative fuels and the clean technologies of tomorrow.
Every year, Enterprise reduces its carbon footprint.
Partnering with the Arbor Day Foundation and the US Forest Service, Enterprise has pledged to plant 50 million trees in 50 years. To date we've planted more than 9 million trees and helped to support 80 reforestation projects across 15 US states and 4 countries, which includes working with the UK's Woodland Trust and Germany's SDW association for the protection of forests and woodland.
We are working to ensure that all newly constructed rental locations are efficient and sustainable.
"Managing our business for the long-term started nearly 60 years ago, with a thoughtful, conservative approach to our operations, the responsible use of our resources and the respectful treatment of our customers, employees and communities. "
Pam Nicholson, Enterprise Holdings President and CEO
At Enterprise, sustainability is more than just a popular business term. With over 7,200 locations in more than 30 countries and territories worldwide, we’re in a unique position to foster innovation, advance research and test market-driven solutions.