Electric energy is the future, and it’s already happening. Businesses like An Post, DPD, Gleasons, Hireco and various councils have already embraced the transition to electric vehicles.
Not only is it an answer for corporate social responsibility and a greener conscience, but it also offers multiple benefits to the company.
The journey to all-electric vehicles has been begun, but how do you know if the transition is right for your business, right now?
These are the questions you need to be asking when purchasing an Electric Vehicle:
The answers to these questions can help determine which, if any, EV would be best for your business. Looking at the e DELIVER 3, variables in charge times, access to charging stations & payload requirements could mean the difference between choosing a long wheelbase or a short wheelbase and a 35Kw powertrain or a 52.5Kw powertrain, for example.
The data doesn’t lie…over the long term, the costs between diesel and EV will come in favour of electric.
Looking at the cost of fuel and maintenance – we found that EVs cost, on average, 70% less compared to diesel.
There are also a number of financial supports, government grants and incentives to help with the transition depending on where you live. In the end, the total cost can be cost-neutral or even cost-saving and we have outlined just some of the savings below:
If you have any questions about EVs, contact Brindley Maxus, Cannock for help in evaluating the full cost benefits and outlining the purchasing options available.