Make the right procurement decisions based on your vehicle data. No averages, no assumptions.
Increased EV adoption represents a significant opportunity for electric utilities, offering the potential for increased demand and a larger customer base.
FleetCarma can help with your customer engagement initiatives. Whether it’s a fleet review or an EV-friendly workplace program, our EV suitability assessment and EV modeling technology is the best in-class program to increase electric vehicle ‘IQ’ and EV uptake in your service area.
New technologies often bring uncertainty – and this follows true with electric vehicles. Will the vehicle be able to perform the routes required? Will it have enough time to charge in-between trips? Will it have a positive impact on the bottom line?
Use FleetCarma’s predictive modeling technology to bring reliable data to the equation, allowing you to create multi-year procurement plans tailored specifically to you. With accurate vehicle and total cost of ownership data, you’re able to make decisions with confidence.
Whether your program is supporting fleet managers or employees at a workplace, our EV suitability engagement program delivers the information needed to increase EV adoption.
For fleet managers… take a total cost of ownership perspective when building the case for EVs with your finance department and other key stakeholders.
For employers… engage your employees and understand the extent to which workplace charging would be needed and or beneficial.
While electric vehicles represent an opportunity for significant cost savings, it can be difficult to identify which vehicles will provide the greatest return.
Our EV Suitability Assessment solves this dilemma, based on your specific vehicle data. Using a physics-based algorithm, we’re able to determine the best-fit EVs for your particular duty cycles, accurately predicting the total cost of ownership over the lifetime of the vehicle. Put the right vehicles for the right applications in your fleet portfolio.
How are vehicles currently used in the fleet?
Will EVs be capable to do the job? Will they reduce total costs?
Which EV is the best fit?