Heavy Duty Trucking
“In order to give a more complete picture of the costs involved for fleets considering the transition to electric, we expanded our study this year to include community health and medical expense impacts,” said Vic Shao, CEO and founder of AMPLY Power, in the news release. “The findings and implications of this assessment should influence how fleet managers, electric utilities, policymakers, and regulators think about electric vehicle fleets in their businesses, states, or regions.”
The environmental benefits of these efforts can fortify the economic benefits, where each fleet transition can substantially reduce carbon into the atmosphere. For each 15-vehicle fleet that is electrified, AMPLY has uncovered that up to two million kilograms of CO2 emissions can be avoided.
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