Most fleet managers in the public sector, and operators of larger commercial fleets are now opting for electric vehicles. Nevertheless, there are still some concerns about this new technology regarding battery failure costs. This is when battery analytics becomes a key-value driver to unleash the full potential of battery-powered fleets.
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Electric vehicle fleets are becoming an increasingly important sector, as commercial operators, organizations, and city or regional municipalities are strongly prioritizing the transition to zero-emission fleets over the next few years. This ranges from individual mobility, such as cars, over public transport like electric buses to micro-mobility. All of them leverage the power of the battery. And the ones at the sharing end of the spectrum are all bundled in fleets and professionally managed.
The only way to reduce air pollution in the cities locally and the climate change more generally is to move towards zero-emission vehicles. After years of testing different technologies, including hydrogen, most fleet managers in the public sector, and operators of larger commercial fleets, are now opting for electric vehicles. Yet, some hesitancy remains and there are concerns regarding this new technology. Where do these come from, and how can they be addressed?
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