The future is electric – how can you take advantage of PM’s 10-point plan to transition your fleet
Under the Prime Minister’s new ten point plan for a green industrial revolution, new petrol and diesel cars will be banned from 2030. In the next decade, there will be major developments paving the way for the transition to electric vehicles.
This will call for the national infrastructure to be transformed to better support electric vehicles. Investing in zero-emission public transport of the future will also be part of the overall push for a greener society.
Forward thinking companies have been gearing up for the transition of their fleet to electric vehicles ahead of the announcement. Our clients see this as an opportunity to develop their reputation and fulfil their corporate social responsibilities. Indeed, electric vehicle implementation has now become one of the core sustainability strategies for the majority of organisations.
Whether your business is switching to pure-electric, range-extended electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles, key to this would be the development of both the electricity network and electric vehicle charging infrastructure to support the transition.
Why go electric
Electric vehicles can deliver benefits that make for a compelling business case. We highlight some of these benefits:
Planning early can help avoid any ballooning of costs. A longer timeline can also provide opportunities for iteration, adaptation and customisation in the design, implementation and testing phases associated with the transition to an all-electric fleet.
How we can help
At UK Power Networks Services, we have extensive experience with electric vehicles. We are uniquely placed to support the development of your electric vehicle strategy or your transition from fossil-based technology towards the electrification of your entire fleet. That includes optimising your existing assets, integrating electric vehicle charging infrastructure and delivering commercial benefits. We provide an end-to-end integrated solution, from initial feasibility studies through to design, build, and smart operation and ongoing maintenance.
Connect with us today and get a head start.
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