National law firm Foot Anstey is looking to reduce its carbon footprint by incentivising its over 600 employees to drive electric vehicles (EV) or ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEV). The firm, which has offices across the South West, London, and Southampton, has struck a deal with Tusker, the car benefit company, to offer an affordable way for its employees to lease a 'green' vehicle.
The scheme creates allows employees to direct some of their pre-tax salary towards the monthly payments.
Dave Bloor, Chief Technology Officer at Foot Anstey, who has signed up to the scheme said: "I am passionate about the environment and taking personal steps to reduce my family's carbon footprint. This scheme makes this aspiration more realistic by enabling me to switch from a diesel SUV to an all-electric SUV. I had been looking for an all-electric car for a while but didn't think the expense was justifiable."