By now, we know that each fleet has completely unique needs, roles and policies that affect day-to-day operations. These different characteristics can have major influence on the decisions made when it comes to fleet electrification. For example, fleets with take-home vehicle policies will have to plan for charging infrastructure and strategy on a case-by-case basis with employees.
On the other hand, fleets that currently keep vehicles in a central location overnight might consider implementing take-home policies if the benefits of at-home charging seem better suited for their fleet. Regardless, there are pros, cons and general considerations for either option, from infrastructure installation to electricity costs to charging schedules.
In this episode, we're taking a look at some of the benefits of charging at either location.
Let's dig in.
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