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Every week, our news feeds are loaded with new publications, partnerships and propositions targeting Europe’s electric fleet market. My most recent find was Elexent, a new venture from Groupe Renault creating “turnkey charging solutions for electric fleets” harnessing partners across the ecosystem (Schneider Electric, Alfen, SNEF, Izivia and Solstyce). It is a strong and complementary partnership with ambitions to grow beyond the French market.
Since 2018, Delta-EE’s EVs & Electricity Research Service has monitored these propositions and it is clear that the One Stop Shop, such as the example from Elexent, is becoming the preferred approach for early adopter fleets. In this blog, I would like to explore why this is the case. We will look at the needs of an early adopter in 2020, why the One Stop Shop makes sense but how that could soon evolve again.
On Thursday 28 November 2019, Energy Saving Trust hosted its annual Fleet Heroes awards and conference – celebrating those leading the transition to cleaner, greener transport. As a judge for this year’s awards, it widened my eyes on the imperative for closer collaboration between energy and transport sectors to deliver net zero ambitions. This collaboration is unlocking some of the more exciting opportunities across the energy transition. In this blog, I summarise my thoughts on why fleet should be central to your New Energy strategy for the next few years.
Fleet managers are the New Energy customer
With electric vehicles making an increasing impact at the forefront of the energy transition, it makes sense to consider the impact of electric vehicle fleets and the value chain of fleet EV charging that businesses can take advantage of. In advance of the team’s upcoming webinar, we spoke to Delta-ee electric vehicle expert Alex Lewis-Jones to learn more about this research.
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