Reaching global decarbonization goals requires a strong focus on reducing emissions from transportation, which includes the electrification of fleets, both public and private.
For most organizations, fleet electrification is integrated into their overall decarbonization efforts to reduce costs and emissions. To make the transition successful, organizations must use quantitative and infrastructure data to help move the business toward electric mobility.
ENGIE Impact can support organizations looking to build a fleet electrification strategy by engaging key players in the business and creating an end-to-end solution to meet your fleet electrification goals.
A fleet electrification strategy includes managing technology selection, site planning, and supplier relationships and planning a roadmap for implementation. A successful strategy will involve leadership early in the process to ensure alignment with broader company goals.
As climate urgency escalates, strategies to reduce carbon emissions becomes a source of resilience and competitive advantage. Lowering emissions to a manageable level, however, requires the ability to move from a theoretical embrace of the goals to detailed, actionable plans for getting there.
From a global target perspective, over 20% of all vehicles in the US need to be electric by 2030 the 1.5% global climate goal. Fleets can immensely influence transportation sector electrification by driving scale, which contributes to reduced vehicle technology and infrastructure costs.
Working with a fleet electrification consultant can help you build a strategy that provides benefits to the environment and your bottom line – helping to meet the needs of your stakeholders.
Our e-mobility consultants can help your organization succeed with fleet electrification.