AT KLEANDRIVE WE ARE
Eliminating Diesel Emissions.
As an electrification partner to national fleet operators, our industry leading modular drive systems Repower your diesel vehicles.
Using next generation drivetrain technology, we help you reduce costs, improve operations and contribute to a more sustainable society.
- Improve air quality.
- Combat climate change.
- Protect natural resources.
- Support sustainable development.
We are committed to using innovative British engineering expertise and nurturing talent.
No Rare Earth Elements
The e-motors we use do not have permanent magnets, so use no rare earth materials at all.
Environmentally Friendly Solutions
Repowering upcycles vehicles, avoiding needless scrappage, and continues to pay off embodied carbon.
Locally Sourced Components
We keep our carbon footprint to a minimum through a local supply chain that’s reliable and robust.
Meet The People That Make It Possible.
Over 150 years of electric drivetrain experience and diverse range of industry experts from finance, environment, public policy and transport.
10 Million Buses Globally.
Emissions from diesel vehicles degrade our air quality, and it can be 10 times worse inside a bus, particularly harming passengers including children, who are more vulnerable to the health impacts of poor air quality.
Emissions from diesel vehicles, contribute to poor air quality in cities, which disproportionately impacts the most deprived communities, and people from a non-white ethnic background.
Greenhouse gas emissions must peak before 2025 to avoid unleashing far more catastrophic climate change impacts, including more frequent and severe droughts, heatwaves and rainfall.
Electrification is the most viable way to decarbonise transport and achieve zero tailpipe emissions and deliver on our shared goal. Repowering accelerates this transition – its a more affordable and cost effective way to electrify your fleet.
Buses are the backbone and unsung hero of public transport, yet…
They permeate every corner of every city across the globe, passing by where we live and work every ten minutes emitting harmful diesel pollution.
There are 10 million buses globally, and 97% of these are still diesel. These buses were built to last so could be polluting our environment for many more years to come unless we act now and repower them. In London alone there are currently 8,500 buses providing essential services and keeping the city moving, but burning 28,000 litres of diesel each, every year.