Organizations are switching to electronic vehicles to leverage the benefits of avoiding petroleum products, to adapt with national regulations and policies framed to cut down Carbon emissions and to harvest tax benefits and subsidies. Embracing this change also boosts the Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives. Wide acceptance of electronic vehicles can positively impact the reduction of carbon footprints. As per McKinsey, there is going to be a tremendous boom in commercial and passenger fleets in the United States resulting in as many as eight million EVs by 2030 compared with fewer than 5000 in 2018. Apparently, this has a positive reflection in power charging equipment and infrastructure. This could be a global trend in no time as more and more countries follow the path. Powertech services in UAE has secured its pioneer position and has been consistently in the lead role in electric fleet charging solutions.
Depending on the fleet type, the power charging requirements also vary.
In an organization, employees could be relying on their own vehicles or company provided vehicles. There are companies who entrust agencies to assist employees with their commute. So, it’s imperative for companies to have own power charging stations.
Organizations may have fleets to meet their varied day to day functions. These fleet may include vehicles to facilitate workforce commute, to deliver goods and services and other organizational needs. Depending on the usage and its frequency, charging requirements will vary. Some of them might require tightly scheduled charging while overnight charging will suffice for others.
Not just the installation of charging stations, it calls for continuous maintenance and an efficient back-end system for the smooth functioning. The entire system should be centralized to facilitate monitoring, maintenance, proactive diagnosis of issues and their addressal, reporting and billing information. A user-friendly portal needs to be designed to cater to the dynamic demand and supply. The portal should help the operators decide on charging priorities and thereby optimize operations. A user self service portal that would work in sync with the main portal, could help users to find near-by charging stations, plan logistics, reserve slots, receive customized notifications and receive online billing information.
EV Fleet operators may also consider prospective options to reduce overall cost by deploying renewable sources of energy. Proximity to such sources could be used to the best, for example charging depots near seashores could leverage tidal energy and wind energy based on feasibility. Solar energy could be an easier option to use as energy source.
Smart and comprehensive EV charging stations should offer futureproof solutions to users to charge their EVs when they need it and in time. It should also ensure wide networking and presence across geography. Powertech services has a full-fledged Research and Development team that consistently strives to explore the electric vehicle charging solutions. Our dedicated team focuses on leveraging the benefits of electric vehicles at the best in most convenient ways. Timely charging amenities and efficient maintenance were the prospective hurdles for massive acceptance to Electric vehicles. At Powertech services, we are proud to be the frontiers in attempts to overcome these hurdles. Let’s save our precious resources for the coming generations too. Sustainability is the key to a beautiful future.
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