One of the most common concerns about electric vehicles (EVs) is how to charge the vehicle, which is often referred to as “charge anxiety” and “range anxiety”.
Many businesses currently do not feel comfortable moving over to electric vans due to the lack of knowledge around what mileage the electric vans can achieve before needing to be recharged, how to charge the EVs and where can the EVs be charged.
To help provide some clarity for businesses around the reality of EV charging, Dawsongroup vans has created a FREE GUIDE to electric van charging, containing everything you need to know about EV charging when making the transition to an electric fleet.
Looking for Some Support in Implementing a Robust EV Infrastructure?
Electrifying a fleet of vans is just one part of a much larger carbon reduction plan and it is vital that businesses ensure they have a future-proofed, scalable strategy for creating a sustainable EV infrastructure. The future is electric and it’s imperative that your business doesn’t get left in the past.
Dawsongroup vans has the in-house expertise to support you through every step of this journey. By analysing data about your current fleet utilisation, we can help you make informed decisions about introducing EVs, and the necessary charging infrastructure. Our customer support goes beyond just introducing EVs. By partnering with Dawsongroup power solutions, we can offer a fully rounded EV strategy for your business. This comprehensive solution ultimately aims to improve your overall carbon reduction, whilst maintaining and improving your operational efficiency.
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