Fleet Electrification Management

Taking client needs as a starting point, we have developed a commercial offer for corporate e-mobility management. The aim of Fleet Electrification Management is to examine the mobility needs of a corporate fleet to provide a quantified analysis of the journeys made by traditional internal combustion vehicles whose use profile shows they are suitable for replacement with e-vehicles. 

The analysis takes into account environmental and vehicle use factors that determine their range. The analysis places a particular emphasis on creating a deliverable, highlighting the key factors a company needs to assess the electrification of its corporate fleet. 

The mobility needs analysis is intended to support clients in their transition to e-mobility. Drawing on our lengthy experience in managing e-vehicle (EV) recharging infrastructure, we provide an evaluation of clients’ mobility requirements and will offer suggestions and proposals involving the number of fleet vehicles that can be replaced by EVs, the number and type of IDRs needed to support management of the charging stage and information about potential financial savings and reductions in polluting emissions.

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