By 2040 one-third of commercial vehicles worldwide could be electric. That massive shift toward fleet electrification is good news for the health of both people and the planet. Whether it’s cost savings, sustainability goals or adhering to government environmental targets, the motivations for the shift to electric are diverse.
- Fleets Electrification: Logistics & Transportation
- Total Cost of Ownership: Fleets Electrification Driver
- EV Performance Planning for e-Commerce & Freight
- The Indian auto-mobility industry is currently evolving towards electrification as electricity is a domestically produced transportation fuel that will transform our nation’s transportation sector. Expanding the use of electric vehicles in transportation (Approx. 2 Lakh electric vehicle sold) * saves money, saves fuel (107 lakh litre fuel saved) *, improves the environment (2 crore kg CO2 reduced) *, and enhances the integration of renewable energy resources.
- With increasing demand for electric vehicles, as well as the convergence between engineering and modern technology (Rs. 3K crore Investments in Indian EV start-ups by corporate, venture capital and private equity firms) *, logistics companies like Mahindra Logistics, DHL, Amazon, and Flipkart, among others, have already made substantial investments to convert their cargo fleet to electric in the coming years.
- The adapting to vehicle electrification is giving lower TCOs and operating costs for commercial uses when it comes to last mile delivery within the city. To understand this better, see the TCO analysis for the CNG, Diesel and e – Truck with same distance travel per day and considering subsidy on e – Truck.
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It will enable you to develop a holistic understanding of EV Energy Modelling, Risks of Vehicle / charger breakdowns, Route scheduling, and Battery-Charger sizing. It will allow Freight Transporters to understand the EV fleet relevant policies, and how to diagnose the existing EV Fleet for effective operations.
The regulatory push in the country to reduce emissions is the strong driving force to adopt e-Trucks across the logistics and transport sectors, which currently contribute 3 to 5 percent of global CO2 emissions. To bring higher air quality and better health outcomes, we must transition to a fully zero-emission truck and bus fleet as soon as possible.
*www.psa.gov.in – Data for FY: 2019-20.
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