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Electric vehicles aren’t yet compulsory, but they soon will be. For many businesses, it might mean as few as two more replacement cycles of their fleet vehicles. Is your business EV ready?
Although the deadline for the ban on sales of petrol and diesel vehicles has been delayed until 2035, 80% of new cars and 70% of new vans sold in Great Britain are set to be zero emission by 2030, just six years away.
If you aren’t already planning your switch to an EV fleet, now might be the time to start if you want to avoid the rush. However, it’s important to bear in mind the implications for your business beyond the make and model of the vehicles; depending on the size of your operation, you will also need to consider whether your business has the infrastructure to support it. Below, we identify seven points that will need your attention before you make the leap to EV.
Before we get to the seven points, let’s first explore some of the benefits of making the switch to EV sooner rather than later:
We’ve outlined above some of the reasons why switching to an EV fleet makes sense, but the transition will require careful planning. It’s advisable to seek expert advice from a utilities consultant who can guide you through the process.
Whether you are thinking about providing charging facilities for a handful of company cars or a full delivery fleet, there are several important factors that will need to be evaluated to ensure your charging infrastructure is able to meet the load demands of an EV fleet:
At Connectus Utilities, we guide you through every step of your transition to an EV fleet, supporting you with:
We can even advise on your company fleet strategy development, vehicle suitability and driver training.
Get in touch with us today and see how we can help you transition your fleet.
In the ever-evolving landscape of utility infrastructure, time is money and every decision that you make should be a strategic one. Connectus Utilities is not just a service – It’s a change on how you should manage your utility needs.
Connectus Utilities is part of The Consultus International Group.