Can EV technology keep up with your day to day operations?
The introduction of an EV fleet could impact the current operating model of your business. Unlike private use, many fleet vehicles must be charged regularly to keep up with operational demands.
Obtaining a comprehensive understanding of your fleet operating footprint will allow you to start the transition-at-scale journey – enabling you to inform vehicle selection, cost ULEZ impact/benefit and help calculate your current carbon footprint.
This data can also drive the prioritisation of vehicle allocation to drivers whose “patterns of life” best match and support EV transition.
What supporting infrastructure do we need? Is this viable and how much does it cost?
Your fleet will require the supporting infrastructure to enable your workforce to charge their vehicles, at home, at work or on the move.
From assessing whether your home-based workforce is likely to need on-street or off-street charging, to considering the available network headroom and connection costs for charging infrastructure for a depot based business, our models help to segment your fleet into some key groups and then calculate their requirements so that transition funding can be costed in detail via a data-driven approach.