Fleet Electrification

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Everything you need to know about transitioning your Class 3-8 vehicles. Electrifying your fleet is a long-term strategy for your company. The journey is worth it — but until now, there hasn’t been a comprehensive map to guide your team through the process.

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Every day, medium and heavy-duty fleets carry goods, packages and people that keep the economy running. But, important as these vehicles are, their exhaust emissions cause serious harm to our world’s climate and to human health.

Organizations like yours are stepping up to change this by transitioning to electric, zero-emission vehicles. This is a vital move toward a zero-emission future that benefits people, planet and business.

This site is designed to help you turn your company’s electrification goals into reality. It pulls together the most valuable (and vetted) fleet electrification resources, a comprehensive checklist, and expertise from leaders in the space. With this map at your fingertips, you’re on the road to successfully understanding and implementing fleet electrification.

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Phase 1

Review the landscape and gather the team

It’s time to start the journey to electrification. No pressure here — you’ll be learning from other companies’ case studies, your own company’s sustainability goals and your electric utility. This is also the time to tap an internal project management team that will help get processes rolling forward.

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Phase 2

Identify what is possible now

You’re ready to analyze how today’s electric vehicle and charging technologies, your current routes and duty cycles, cost estimates and timelines all fit together. The goal: to identify what’s possible for your company right now, and to set the priorities that will determine which vehicles and/or routes you electrify first.

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Phase 3

Create a plan for near-term deployment

Arm yourself with data and a strong business case — in this phase, your project team will earn senior leadership’s approval to seek publicly available funding (such as grants) and procure vehicles and charging infrastructure. Your company’s procurement team will play an important role in this phase.

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Phase 4

Deploy

This is the phase you’ve been waiting for — your pilot electrification program is in the field. Drivers are up to date on the changes; pilot results are being tracked and reported. With this experience under your belt, your team can think longer-term: how will you get from where you are to 100% electric?

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Phase 5

Expand adoption

Once you get to the final step in our guide, the journey isn’t over. It’s time to expand your company’s adoption of new electric technologies, and for that, you circle back to steps in Phase 2 — now carrying firsthand knowledge and experience into a new feasibility analysis.

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