The Fuel & Co2 (Ecology Report) gives you a complete overview of the fuel consumption and co2 emissions of your fleet. Each vehicle's consumption (average in the chosen time-frame) is compared to the manufacturer's reference (combined consumption), and the list is sorted so that those with the highest difference appear at the top of the list.
Consumption is qualified as:
- if the consumption is anywhere between 70% (0.7 times) lower than the manufacturer's consumption and 70% (1.7 times) higher than the manufacturer's consumption, then it counts as normal
- if the consumption is 70% (1.7 times) higher than the manufacturer's consumption, up to 120% (2.2 times) higher, then it counts as high
- if the consumption is 120% (2.2 times) higher or more compared to the manufacturer's consumption the it counts as extremely high
Avrios now ignores fuel consumption that can be reasonably qualified as absurd when calculating the value shown on each vehicle.
There are two kinds of "absurd" consumption:
- High outlier is a consumption value that is 170% (2.7 times) higher than the manufacturer's consumption
- Low outlier is a consumption value that is 70% (0.7 times) lower than the manufacturer's consumption
If you hold your mouse over any mileage entry, you will discover a "details" button that helps you learn more about how fuel consumption is calculated.
The detailed view displays every fuel fill-up (fuel invoice) which contributed to the average fuel consumption shown in the report. You can see the date, total mileage, distance from the previous fill-up, fuel quantity, co2 emissions and fuel consumption.
Fill-ups for which the fuel consumption seems "absurd" (too low or far too high) will be cut from the list to indicate that their values are not considered in the average. These entries are usually the result of missing data (such as one or more fill-ups missing from the vehicle's data).
Fuel consumption & emissions in flexible reporting
The fuel consumption details shown in the new report can now also be found in flexible reporting. To review them:
- Create a new invoice items base report.
- Scroll down the list of "available fields" to the section titled "Ecology and emissions"
- Add any of the following fields to the report:
- Distance during period
- Fuel consumption (inferred): the calculated fuel consumption (L/100km) for the fill-up (fuel quantity / (distance / 100)
- Fuel consumption manufacturer delta: the difference between the calculated fuel consumption and the manufacturer fuel consumption as percentage (i.e. 100 means 100% higher consumption. In other words, real consumption is double that of the manufacturer)
- Co2 emissions (inferred): real world Co2 emissions produced by the vehicle, calculated by using the increase in fuel consumption (manufacturer's co2 emissions * fuel consumption delta).
- The "invoice item" fields section also contains the fuel type, fuel quantity, fill-up date, and total mileage recorded at the time (if available).