Free download offers 10 steps organizations can take to build optimal charging facilities
With transportation emitting the most greenhouse gases of any economic sector in the United States, businesses, utilities and governments are retooling their delivery and transportation practices as they work toward their sustainability goals. With this in mind, Black & Veatch’s new eBook – 10 Steps to Build Sustainable Electric Fleets – describes why the time has never been better to go electric and charts a path for fleet and sustainability managers to transition to electric vehicle (EV) fleets.
Available as a free download, the eBook considers vehicle electrification’s role in mitigating climate change while bolstering overall energy system resilience. The eBook provides a comprehensive view of fleet planning, from selecting charging technologies and sites to organizational change management, renewables integration and power delivery planning.
Despite global chip shortage and supply chain issues, EV adoption remains strong. The eBook explores the market trends that create adopter confidence in EV and fleet electrification infrastructure. Black & Veatch experts also examine electrification’s potential to benefit an organization far beyond lowering emissions, including lowering operation costs, improving working conditions and safety, and enriching customer loyalty.
“We are in a new era where organizations are looking for high-impact solutions that achieve multiple objectives while benefitting environment and communities,” said Erica Zamensky, senior solutions marketing manager at Black & Veatch. “Well-designed charging facilities build sustainability and resilience while lowering both emissions and costs.”
- For a free download of 10 Steps to Build Sustainable Electric Fleets, click here.
- In 2021, Black & Veatch helped the town of Vail, Colorado accomplish the first phase of the 100-percent electrification of its public bus fleet.
- To learn more about Black & Veatch’s fleet decarbonization solutions, click here.
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