EV Charging for Commercial Fleets

In the times we live in, e-commerce has been on the rise due to the variety of products, express delivery, and the simplicity of product returns. Modern supply chains ensure that large volumes of orders and packages are transported efficiently to different pickup points and warehouses.

A study by the World Economic Forum shows that the number of delivery vehicles are on the upward trend and are expected to increase by 36% come 2030. This statistic shows an impending danger as carbon emissions will no doubt increase. It is therefore vital to ensure that you adopt an electric fleet. This single action will make delivery more environmentally friendly. Here at Tellus Power Green , we are here to provide you some of the reasons why you need to adopt EV charging for your commercial needs.
Increased Efficiency in Delivery

With the Electric vehicle infrastructure expanding, it is easier for fleet drivers to access different charging spots on the public EV charging network. According to a report by Mckinsey, the United States will need a capital investment of $11 billion by 2030 to deploy 13 million chargers which will be required in the country. Fleet EVs have the capability to utilize around 230 terawatt hours of power annually. EV chargers can therefore be set up in different warehouses and pickup spots to save time and reduce costs associated with maintenance of fleet vehicles. Once a business converts to electric fleets, it becomes easier for them to manage their fleets as compared to normal fleets which relied on having enough fuel to complete and hit their targets.

Lowered Cost of Ownership

The total cost of ownership is guaranteed to drop when fleet managers switch to electric vehicles. In the initial stages of purchasing electric fleets, owners will be prompted to spend more. However, servicing and maintenance costs will drop by an estimated 30%. Other factors that can contribute to lower costs in ownership are low charging prices as compared to the ever-rising gas costs. Additionally, there are several government incentives and grants handed to fleet owners to help in electrifying their fleets.

Convenience in Monitoring KPIs

It becomes much easier to monitor the consumption of fuel and expenses by keeping up with the data provided by an electric vehicle. Fleet managers will be able to monitor their fleet vehicles remotely thanks to cloud-based management. They can monitor duration of a charging event, amount of kWh charged, and the battery charge level of individual fleet vehicles.

It is estimated that the market for fleet-charging services will hit the $15 billion annual mark by 2030. At Tellus Power Green, we offer expertise in the EV infrastructure market, backed by industry tested best practices in electronics manufacture. We offer AC Charger models which can be mounted on the wall or poles have a single/dual connector, are robust and rust proof and have ¼ inch thick 6061-T6 aluminum housing. Our AC charger models are single phase and three phase having a modular EVSE Engine.   DC charger models are also available. We pride ourselves in having over 10,000 DC fast chargers installed globally. The DC charger models offer a flexible power output design and connector configurations which have durable hardware with reliable performance.
As more fleet owners turn to electric alternatives, it will be interesting to see how different companies will position themselves to provide services that will offer convenience to the different business models utilizing fleet services for logistics. It is therefore important to consider a well experienced company such as Tellus Power Green for your EV infrastructure needs such as AC and DC Fast Chargers which are designed to meet all client requirements.