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Putting an Electric 3-Wheeler to Work

Putting an Electric 3-Wheeler to Work

With the need to minimize carbon footprints, match the right fleet vehicle to the task, and maneuver in increasingly congested areas, fleets could use the FUV from Arcimoto in a growing number of niche applications. Mark Frohnmayer, the company’s founder and CEO, lays out the plan.

December 9, 2021

Utilities Are Essential to Fleets’ EV Infrastructure Plan

Utilities Are Essential to Fleets’ EV Infrastructure Plan

Ford Pro Charging’s Muffi Ghadiali explains how increasing grid demands necessitate fleets and utilities working together to reduce peak load with local battery storage, renewables, and bidirectional power from EVs themselves.

November 22, 2021

Bolt EUV: Level 2 Charging without the Charger

Bolt EUV: Level 2 Charging without the Charger

Bolt’s Dual Level Charge Cord allows for Level 2 charging on a 240v three-pronged dryer plug — a smart option for organizations with temporary employees or those in leased or rented complexes.

October 8, 2021

22 Questions to Answer Before Installing EV Charging Depots

22 Questions to Answer Before Installing EV Charging Depots

The answers will dictate site design, energy management considerations, software needs, home charging requirements, and fleet policy updates. Without the proper attention, fleet operators face ballooning and unexpected costs.

May 20, 2021

24 Takeaways from the Inaugural Data-Driven Fleet Experience

24 Takeaways from the Inaugural Data-Driven Fleet Experience

The virtual conference presented deep dives on how data is fostering intelligent fleets. The seminars, panel discussions, and networking sessions covered connected cars, electrification suitability, OEM-embedded modems, telematics market trends, the rise of third-party data integrators, the migration to 5G, and video telematics.

April 28, 2021

Heavy Payloads and Commercial EV Range — a Real-World Test
Understanding Effects of Payload and Towing on Commercial EV Range
How GM’s New BrightDrop EV Business Will Work with Fleets

How GM’s New BrightDrop EV Business Will Work with Fleets

With BrightDrop, GM is creating a new business to develop the commercial electric vehicle ecosystem. This includes a new electric delivery vehicle and support for infrastructure, logistics, and service planning — as well as an entirely new sales and service network.

February 1, 2021

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