Fleet Sustainability

Sustainability is and will continue to be a key aspect to successfully managing your fleet in the coming years. Increasing your sustainable practices throughout your operational chain is not only beneficial to your organization, but your customers and employees as well. From fuel consumption reduction to scaling for electric vehicle initiatives, we’re here to help.


Electric Vehicle Initiatives

Electric vehicles are here to stay – many fleets across world and across the country have already begun the shift to EVs. From plug-in hybrids (PHEVs) or battery-powered EVs (BEVs), we can help you to identify which types of electric vehicles are right for your fleet, based on region and use-purpose, aid in planning infrastructure installation and optimize your route-planning with telematics.

Cost Reduction

The majority of electric vehicles on the market, when compared with internal combustion vehicles, save owners between $800-1,000 per year, per vehicle, resulting in massive cost reductions fleetwide. Initial purchase cost can also be offset by federal tax credits, utility incentives and lesser maintenance costs over the vehicles’ lifecycles.

Lower Emissions

Depending on the type of EV, you can range from having zero emissions completely, or zero emissions when in full-electric mode. Total reduced emissions for your fleet are reliant on your technology type, but also where your power is sourced from – i.e. clean energy sources vs. traditional coal-powered electricity.

Less Maintenance

Maintenance and repair costs for EVs are significantly lower than ICE vehicles over their lifecycle. Roughly half that of gasoline-powered vehicles, which require regular oil changes and have more moving parts.  Current modeling indicates that today’s batteries may last 12 to 15 years in moderate climates or 8 to 12 years in extreme climates.

Fuel Optimization


Waste reduction will always be at the front of mind – waste of fuel, of resources, of time.


Our analysts take this to heart as we work your fleet’s operations team to identify ways to optimize fuel consumption and purchasing patterns in order to reduce your overall operating costs. More specifically, your fuel spending.

The Payoff:

Not only will you lower operational costs and maximize profitability, but also tackle reduction of idle time and idle expenses – optimizing every facet of your fuel consumption strategy fleet-wide.

Alternative Fuel Initiatives


The advantages of renewable energy and alternative fuels are clear – you can lower your carbon emissions, conserve natural resources and maintain higher air quality. Whilst traditional petroleum-based fuel is still widely utilized, many fleets are adopting alternative and clean energy sources due to their respective organization’s sustainability commitments and pressure from customers.


We help our customers navigate the gradual switch from petrol-based gasoline and diesel to alternative fuels, providing insights based on your fleet’s data on how and when to make the change.

The Payoff:

Making the switch to alternative fuels doesn’t just open the door for cost savings. You’re able to lower emissions, create a cleaner environment for employees and lessen your fleet’s dependence on petroleum products for operation.

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