Electrify your LCV fleet: 5 main topics you need to know
Cities are discouraging or banning ICE vehicles with the introduction of low-/zero-emission zones, urban road tolls or access regulation schemes. By electrifying your fleet, you tackle such accessibility challenges and play a role in combating climate change. But what do you need to know before transforming your LCV fleet to electric?
An increasing number of cities are striving to improve local air quality by discouraging or banning ICE vehicles, whether with the introduction of low-/zero-emission zones, urban road tolls or access regulation schemes. Many fleet operators will feel the impact of these governmental and municipal measures. This could put companies with an ICE-powered fleet at a disadvantage compared to competitors operating electric light commercial vehicles.
Electrifying your fleet is important to tackle such accessibility challenges but it is also a great way to combat climate change. But what do you need to know before transforming your LCV fleet to electric?
From availability, battery, to cost of e-LCVs
In this white paper we discuss the main topics that arise when transitioning to an e-LCV fleet, ranging from availability, battery, to the cost of e-LCVs.
Here's some of the main takeaways:
- The government incentives, the wider choice of e-LCV models and the introduction of zero- and low-emission zones in many European cities are driving the growth in demand for e-LCVs
- To understand the total cost of ownership (TCO) of e-LCVs, we need to take three cost components into account: purchase price, running costs and taxation
- Workplace charging is the main charging requirement for e-LCVs
Want to learn more about transitioning your LCV fleet to electric? Download the free white paper “Electrify your LCV fleet” today!