When the green minicab service was founded in 2006, low-emission cars were a novelty, but as pollution regulations tighten and EVs become increasingly commonplace, how will it keep its edge?
Relevant news articles
Back to the FutureJanuary 31st, 2018 • Jonny Goldstone •
Not just returning to the company, but returning to the founding principles of Green Tomato Cars, to make the business better and stronger.
And the Award for Best Standing Ovation goes to…..November 30th, 2017 • Jonny Goldstone •
At Green Tomato Cars, we are happy and humbled to have won our fair share of awards over the years – in the transport industry but equally for innovation, environmental responsibility and our contribution to London more broadly. That’s not to say we don’t still want to win, or that we don’t mind when we get pipped to the post.
Green Tomato Cars is talking about air quality on Sky NewsApril 23rd, 2017 • Sujas Parikh •
James Rowe our Finance Director was invited to talk on Sky News to share his thoughts on the current air quality standards in London and the Mayor’s proposals to tackle the city’s air pollution crisis.