Ever since transportation officially took over as the top contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S., companies and municipalities of all sizes have taken the lead on solving the problem by setting and committing to aggressive sustainability goals. While these efforts are commendable and critically needed, they have put added pressure on fleet managers to adopt more green vehicle solutions to help curb this trend.
As a result, fleet electrification has become one of the industry’s most popular initiatives in recent years. Electrified vehicles (EVs) can help fleets reduce fuel costs, lower emissions, and move the needle toward meeting sustainability objectives – but they’re not an ideal fit for every application or environment.
There are more commercial EVs available today than ever before, ranging from battery electric (BEV), to hybrid electric (HEV) and plug-in hybrid electric (PHEV) – all of which have their own unique advantages and disadvantages depending on the application.Continue reading “What’s on Your Fleet Electrification Checklist?”