Do hydrogen fuel cells have a future?

Is the the end of the road ahead for hydrogen? A new study published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature has confirmed what the fleet industry has been thinking for a while. Vehicles with hydrogen fuel cells aren’t likely to catch up to battery-electric vehicles – even for commercial trucks. The fleet industry has been divided […]

According to VW it’s time to switch to Electric Vehicles

Volkswagen, the world’s largest producer of fossil-powered vehicles (by revenue), has just presented a graphic comparing its diesel offerings to its electric ones. Comparing offerings from its VW, Skoda and Audi brands, it shows the equivalent electric models come out way ahead in terms of TCO savings and suggest it’s time to switch. The data […]

How to uncover the best Powertrain for your drivers?

Most discussions we have now tend to focus on fleet strategy and how to plan for fleet electrification. Many people who are responsible for fleet understand that a switch is happening in the market and they need to be a part of that. The question is typically, when to switch and then how best to […]

Fleet Electrification tipping point is happening now

EV Efficiency ICE v EV

2021 is becoming the tipping point for fleet electrification. Multiple reasons ranging from BiK incentives to increased model choice and the countdown to the 2030 ban on the sale of new ICE vehicles is helping fleets to make the switch now. Things to consider for your fleet electrification project. Electrification of the company car sector […]

What EV range do you really need?

What EV range do you really need2

In recent years, electric vehicles have become synonymous with the term “range anxiety” – the fear of potentially not being able to reach your destination before running out of battery power. What is an acceptable EV range? However, almost as soon as this phrase became commonplace, it had already become a myth – if it […]

EV efficiency versus ICE efficiency

EV Efficiency ICE v EV

Most drivers understand the concept of fuel efficiency in ICE (Internal Combustion Engines) vehicles. Petrol or diesel goes in, and based on driver behaviour and engine/vehicle size, the return is an l/100km or mpg value. The energy an EV requires for movement is one component of its efficiency, but it’s not the only one. EV […]

Are you still concerned about battery range?

still concerned about battery range

Range anxiety – a genuine issue or born from the fear of the unknown. How far a vehicle travels on a single charge and speed of recharge is the topic of discussion around the water cooler. Other factors such as style, power and general function are clearly proven. There is, however, still concern about battery […]

Fleets are starting to press the EV switch

EV switch

The EU is gearing up to move to the next generation of driver mobility In December 2019 the European Commission (EC) announced the European Green Deal. This holistic approach towards climate action includes a roadmap for the introduction of various measures throughout 2020/2021. It states that climate change and environmental degradation are an existential threat […]

Plug-in hybrids not as good as they first appear

New research suggest that CO2 emissions from plug-in hybrid cars are as much as two-and-a-half times higher than official tests suggest. Plug-in hybrid vehicles are powered by an electric motor using a battery that is recharged by being plugged in or via an on-board petrol or diesel engine. They account for approximately 3% of new […]

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We think about EV so you don’t have to Electric vehicles are gradually becoming a reality in the streets. They environmental and financial benefits are becoming a lot clearer as legislation changes to encourage the switch from ICE vehicles. Companies and administrators are ready for change. Previous studies have shown that approximately 65% of drivers […]