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Thanks to the savings they provide, both to your bottom line and the environment, electric vehicles are taking over industrial, commercial and office workplaces.
Electric vehicles are helping companies like yours take care of business.
Whether your fleet comprises trucks, forklifts, buses, or just cars, let’s prepare your business for the future.
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We operate four solar power plants in Indiana and buy energy from three Hoosier wind farms. Plus we plan significant expansion of renewable energy in the future.
Electric vehicles have zero tailpipe emissions and a smaller carbon footprint than conventional gas engines.
Electric vehicles simplify maintenance with fewer and less complex parts, which means lower maintenance costs over the lifespan of the vehicle.
Regardless of the size of your fleet, you can expect to see savings. Besides fuel costs, you’ll also save on maintenance. Your drivers will avoid fatigue due to manual gear shifting, and clutch movements. And, you’ll get more productivity in communities that have sound restrictions that limit gas-powered vehicles’ operation time.
What you’ll need depends the size of your fleet and vehicle class, as well as your specific operational needs. Typically, we’ll deliver power safely to your location, while you’ll make the capital improvements needed at your facility (such as charging stations and internal wiring needed inside your building). We’ll work with you to give you available rate options and identity any additional needs to support the load you’ll be adding at your location. Connect with our team to learn more.
Whether it’s level 2 or DC fast charging, our experts can help you identify which charging infrastructure is right for your class of vehicles and how you use them. Call 888.710.4237 to connect with our team.
Identify your priorities (locations, vehicle classes, etc.), and consider doing a pilot test. You can use the test to identify pain points and iterate as you roll out EVs.
In addition to training drivers, you’ll want to train the team that will be maintaining your EVs. Also consider hiring specialists to operate and maintain your charging infrastructure.
Whether you’re transitioning a fully electric fleet or your customers are switching to EVs, you’ll want to prepare ahead by building the charging infrastructure today. Doing so will help you avoid expensive retro-fit expenses in the future.
Consider following these recommendations from the International Code Council’s construction guidelines for new EV-Ready and EV-Capable homes and businesses.
Our goal is to replace 100% of our 2,300 cars and light-duty trucks with EV alternatives by 2030. AEP’s total fleet is composed of nearly 8,000 vehicles, including medium and heavy-duty vehicles. By converting medium and heavy-duty vehicles as electric or hybrid models become available, we’ll achieve our goal of electrifying 40% of our entire on-road vehicle fleet in less than 10 years. Together with the communities and businesses we serve, we’re taking strong action on our commitment to support the environment.
Contact us to explore the benefits of powering with electric.
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