Zero-Emission Vehicle Adoption in Fleets: Investments, Use Cases, Reduced Costs, Regulations, and Infrastructure

Price: Starting at USD 4,500
Publish Date: 10 May 2023
Code: AN-5483
Research Type: Research Report
Zero-Emission Vehicle Adoption in Fleets: Investments, Use Cases, Reduced Costs, Regulations, and Infrastructure
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Adjust and calibrate strategies based on the assessment of the most relevant technologies to Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) adoption for fleets.
  • Understand the main fleet electrification pain points and build products and services to address them.
  • Access the market opportunity in terms of commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) shipments and charging infrastructure expected until 2030.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • How are regulations in different countries driving ZEV adoption among fleets?
  • What are some of the key considerations that fleet managers have to make when deploying an on-premises charging infrastructure?
  • What are some of the critical requirements for long-haul heavy-duty trucking electrification?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Overview of key strategy elements to be considered for fleet electrification.
  • A thorough assessment of the main factors driving and hindering ZEV adoption among fleets.
  • Case studies covering how fleets have successfully deployed charging infrastructure or electrified their fleets.
  • Forecasts on total commercial EVs and charging points deployed by geographical regions through 2030.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Strategic decision makers at truck Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs).
  • Fleet managers and fleet operations executives considering fleet electrification and ZEV adoption.
  • Fleet management solutions business development, sales, and marketing leaders.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Drivers for Adoption

EVs Becoming More Affordable
EVs’ Increased Range
Private Sector Adoption
Adoption by Government Fleets
Increased Use of Mobility-as-a-Servie
Developments from Major OEMs
EVs in Heavy Fleets
Alternative Fuels

Inhibitors for Adoption

Upfront Purchase Prices
Infrastructure Cost Considerations
Charging Infrastructure
Charging Speed
Limited Vehicle Options

Recommendations for Fleet Operators

Track Return on Investment
Consider Incentives
Align Electrification Efforts with Sustainability Goals
Invest in a Smarter, More Efficient Infrastructure
Upgrade Routing System
Adequate Research to Ensure a Smooth Transition

Recommendations for Solution Providers

Focus on Strategic Partnerships and Indirect Sales
Present a More Data-Driven Approach
Develop Solutions to Accommodate Electrification Goals
Acquire or Invest in Complementary Businesses

Enabling Technologies

Battery-Buffered Charging
Swappable Batteries
Wireless Charging
Vehicle Location Data
Charging Point Location
Battery Management System

Case Studies

Zenobe Energy Installs Charging Infrastructure for First Group
Growing Model Availability and Reducing Costs in Austin, Texas
Edison Energy Deploys Class 8 Vehicle Charging


Total Commercial Electric Vehicles
Total Commercial Electric Vehicles Revenue
Public AC-Only Charging Points by Region