Understanding the Transformative Journey to Fleet Electrification

Date: August 22, 2022 By: Roland Berger
  • Customer interest
  • EV preference
  • EV/PHEV charging infrastructure
  • EV/PHEV sales
  • Industry Activity
  • Infrastructure
  • Global

Since the 2015 Paris agreement, as part of their goal to meet reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions targets, businesses of all makes and sizes have anticipated stakeholder pressures to undergo significant fleet transformation. Companies also hoped those pressures would coincide with a time when electric vehicles (EVs) would have an equitable total cost of ownership (TCO) to internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles; or even be at par or cheaper than ICE variants.

Fast forward to 2022: the wider stakeholder network has pushed the world towards not only achieving greater GHG reduction targets, but also achieving them at a faster pace. Fleet operators, whether they are public sector enterprises or privately held, are all trying to address the issue of electrification and finding the best way forward to maximize benefits whilst efficiently deploying capital and time.

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