Benefits of Switching to an Electric Vehicle Fleet
Fleets & Vehicle Sizes
- Read about this Indiana police chief who found big savings with electric vehicles.
- First Tesla Model 3 NYC yellow cab hits the road.
- Ford unveils E-Transit, electric version of popular commercial van.
- Fremont Police Dept. Releases Uplifting EV Pilot Program Results.
Check out our commitment to electrifying our own fleet.
Tips for Going Electric
1. Let’s communicate!
Service upgrades can take anywhere from a few months to two years, so it is important to engage us as soon as possible to accomplish your electrification goals most efficiently.
2. We’ll help with the math.
While electric fleet vehicles can require a bigger initial investment than traditional fleet vehicles, they can bring significant fuel cost savings. We’re here to help your business evaluate the best electric rates and charging schedule to optimize your business case for fleet electrification.
3. What’s the plan for charging?
We can help fleet operators make a holistic evaluation of their electricity supply costs and any infrastructure upgrade costs prior to embarking on a fleet electrification project. We’ll also help you consider right-sizing, interoperability and site design when evaluating charging infrastructure options.
4. Get ready to work closely together.
Just as fleet managers must work closely with managers of other fuel sources, managers of electric vehicle fleets will also want to work closely with their facility and energy managers.
5. Prepare to think about fuel availability in new ways.
When electricity becomes your fuel, certain situations will require you to plan for different approaches to managing your fuel supply, including backup generation or redundant electric services.
6. Ask us about options to manage costs.
As the operator of an electric vehicle fleet, you can manage your costs by optimizing your operating profile of charging solutions and schedules, as well as working with us to find the best rate for your business.