Compliance with federal, state, and local fuel standards and emission reduction regulations are pushing companies towards new fleet technology and infrastructure investments. Companies that operate in multiple jurisdictions are discovering opportunities to scale investments by taking advantage of local utility incentives.
Reduced Operating Costs
Electric-powered equipment typically have approximately 90% fewer parts than their internal combustion counterparts. As a result, maintenance costs are significantly reduced.
Reduced Fuel Costs
Companies who use electric-powered equipment are not exposed to the volatility of oil and gas prices. In addition, fuel costs can be reduced by as much as 75%, dependent on the technology and application.
Electrified fleets and technologies provide environmental benefits through reduction of emissions and improvement of air quality.
The quiet operation of electric-powered technologies allows truck drivers and site personnel to pay better attention to what is happening around them, increasing safety and mitigating noise pollution