Making the Business Case
Higher capital costs— vehicle, infrastructure and batteries— are quickly offset by lower fuel and maintenance costs. In many cases, PEVs will beat out their ICE counterparts in a total cost of ownership (TCO) comparison.
Support Efficient, Diverse and Domestic Energy
Electricity is more efficient on an energy basis than gasoline, diesel, and most sources of propane. Electricity comes from home-grown, diverse sources, including renewable, fossil fuel and nuclear resources.
Today’s PEV technologies can work through a full day, even multiple shifts in some applications. In the right fleet applications, you can maximize vehicle utilization and recharge at off-peak times.
PEVs produce much less smog-forming, particle, and greenhouse gas emissions in the workplace. Electricity is cleaner than gasoline, diesel and propane, even when its generation emissions are counted.
Contact us for answers to your infrastructure supply, load, reliability, power quality and rate questions.
Choosing the Right Vehicles
To find currently available light, medium and heavy-duty PEVs, use the AFDC Light-Duty and Heavy-Duty Vehicle and Engine Search.Find A Vehicle
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