Businesses, governments, and utilities are transitioning to electric fleets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across their value chains, jurisdictions, and grids. The time has never been better. Despite the global chip shortage and supply chain issues, electric vehicle (EV) adoption across all vehicle classes is strong. This momentum is likely to continue alongside massive state and federal investment into charging infrastructure.
As believers in technology, many businesses, governments, and organizations have started their electrification trek by looking at routes and charging equipment. But there’s much more to consider. Black & Veatch developed 10 Steps to Build a Sustainable Electric Fleet to help fleet and sustainability managers approach electrification with a full field of vision to plan and deploy cost efficient, sustainable, and resilient EV charging infrastructure and clean energy systems.