Commercial fleet recharging and battery electric vehicles (BEVs) will substantially lower your fleet operation cost while delivering improved performance and sustainability. One of the biggest costs of running a fleet is fuel use and maintenance. One of the biggest benefits of BEVs is the reduction in refuel and maintenance costs. Staples, Frito-Lay, DHL, FedEx, UPS, and several others have deployed electric delivery trucks with a charging station solution.
Fleet vehicles regularly cover predictable routes and often return to central depots at night, having a centralized recharging location makes them excellent candidates for conversion to electric. BEVs are particularly attractive for light-duty fleet usage because of their reduced fueling expense and lower overall maintenance cost.
The cost to charge a BEV is around $0.3 to $0.6 cents, maintenance reductions is about 75%-85% or more, as well as emissions reductions. The average fleet driver Travel 50-100 miles per day, must electric vehicle ranges more than satisfy the average. With the proper BEV infrastructure in place you’re fleet could drive and charge ever 60 to 70 miles. www.zevrecharge.com
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There are many factors to consider when implementing a charging station solution; one size does not fit all. (What makes sense for a busy urban site may not make sense for a rural or highway site. An off grid BEV charging solution is 100% emission free. www.zevusa.net
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