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Tips for Deciding When to Electrify Your Fleet
Electrifying a fleet may seem like a large and daunting task, but if you plan ahead and do your research, you’ll be able to make a smooth transition. For most fleets, incorporating electric vehicles (EVs) will be a cost-saving decision. For the majority of fleets, it will make sense to begin the electrification process as soon as possible.
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EV Charging Networks Explained: Is it the Wild West?
EV charging networks can be few and far between if you travel across the US. Will we ever see more EV charging stations where the tumbleweeds roam?
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Work Truck Solutions Commercial Vehicle Business Summit: Alternative Fuels, EVs and When to Pass the Baton to the New Generation of Commercial Vehicles.
On September 22 and 23, Work Truck Solutions and COMVOY brought industry leaders together to discuss EV and alternative drivetrain/fuel adoption. The commercial vehicle industry is in the process of a significant transformation to alternative fuels that could positively affect the future of commercial transportation and logistics. If you missed the only major summit dedicated to the growing commercial vehicle industry, recordings of the sessions are now available on Work Truck Solutions' YouTube channel.
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An electrician on the job site needs a vehicle that can keep both tools and parts well organized and easy to access. The right shelving and bins can make an electrician's work more efficient. An electrical contractor with a mobile workshop can be prepared for a variety of jobs--residential, commercial, and industrial. A well-designed vehicle for an electrician can help not only getting to a job site safely and efficiently, but also being safe and efficient on site.