As more EVs hit the road, fleets using Class 2-3 vehicles are particularly equipped for the transition to electric. This vehicle class typically requires reduced upfront costs, works well with return-to-base operations, and is commercially available today. There are many use cases for this versatile vehicle class, particularly for fleets in last mile delivery, municipalities, construction, and service, and utilties.
The latest electric EV available in this class is the just-announced all-electric Ford F-150 Lightning work truck. Ford’s competitively priced electric truck sports a 230–300 miles range on a single charge and is fully equipped with all fleets need for hauling, towing, and off-road operations. Ford’s E-Transit van also provides a diverse set of benefits to delivery and transit fleets.
On this webinar, hear from:
- Ford on how the new electric Ford F-150 Lightning work truck, and the E-Transit van, can be customized to fit your fleet operations.
- Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) on how it is determining the best way to deploy EVs to its utility fleet—including identifying a vehicle turnover plan, calculating duty cycles, and site selection for infrastructure installation.
- California’s three largest utilities–PG&E, SDG&E, and SCE—on how fleets can reduce the cost and time to install EV charging infrastructure.