Businesses in Jersey are being encouraged to replace their work vehicles with electric models.
The call comes from the boss of Jersey Post whose fleet of 115 vehicles is now mainly electric.
While running costs are much lower than diesel and petrol models, the company's managing director believes it has also proved popular with the workforce.
So far 67 of their vehicles are electric, and they have begun to introduce electric bicycles which can carry more post than traditional bikes.
It comes a day after the government announced its intention to eventually outlaw all petrol and diesel vehicles as part of a plan to make the island carbon neutral by 2030.