Overall Rating Gold
Overall Score 73.80
Liaison Corey Peterson
Submission Date June 2, 2022

STARS v2.2

University of Tasmania
OP-15: Campus Fleet

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 0.09 / 1.00 Sustainability Team
UTAS
Infrastructure Services and Development
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Total number of vehicles in the institution’s fleet:
159

Number of vehicles in the institution's fleet that are:
Number of Vehicles
Gasoline-only 58
Diesel-only 86
Gasoline-electric hybrid 0
Diesel-electric hybrid 0
Plug-in hybrid 0
100 percent electric 15
Fueled with Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) 0
Hydrogen fueled 0
Fueled with B20 or higher biofuel 0
Fueled with locally produced, low-level biofuel 0

Do the figures reported above include leased vehicles?:
Yes

A brief description of the institution’s efforts to support alternative fuel and power technology in its motorized fleet:

The University of Tasmania's Emissions Reductin Strategic Plan 2022-2030 has various strategic actions in relation to vehicle electrification:
- Replace 100% passenger vehicle fleet with electric, including required charging infrastructure by late 2023
- Replace 80% of commercial vehicle fleet vehicles (i.e., utes and field work vehicles) with low or zero emissions by 2030
- Contract for short-term hire vehicles to be hybrid or electric by 2030
The replacement of passenger fleet vehicles has started, with 30% of these being replaced in 2022.


Website URL where information about the institution’s motorized fleet is available:
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Additional documentation to support the submission:
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From OpenFleet (owned vehicles), fuel cards reports (long-termhire vehicles) and provided report (short-term vehicles).
There is not a specific pool of vehicles dedicated to UTAS hire by provider, but a list of vehicles used in 2021 was provided.
Trailers and vehicles used for research and educational purposes (boats) excluded. All other vehicles (including tractors, forklifts, etc.) included following STARS guidelines.

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