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Rocky Mountain Institute Report Highlights How Fleet Managers Can Prepare For Coming Wave Of Electrified Vehicles

January 21st, 2021 | by Rocky Mountain Institute

Steep Climb Ahead—How Fleet Managers Can Prepare for the Coming Wave of Electrified Vehicles offers the first comprehensive assessment of how major US fleet managers are approaching the electrification of their fleets. It is based on RMI’s survey of 91 fleet managers operating large fleets, as well as 18 in-depth interviews conducted with fleet managers


Electrifying Fleets: Going From Pilot Scale To Full Scale

January 15th, 2021 | by Rocky Mountain Institute

Fleet electrification at pilot scale is relatively simple: buy a vehicle, buy an inexpensive Level 2 charger, and you’re done. But as fleet managers start electrifying a large share of their fleet vehicles, a more difficult set of challenges awaits and they will need to begin planning now


The 2nd Life Of Used EV Batteries

June 6th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor

When an electric vehicle (EV) comes off the road, what happens to the vehicle battery? The fate of the lithium-ion batteries in electric vehicles is an important question for manufacturers, policy makers, and EV owners alike


The Mobility House — Used EV Batteries Intelligently Powering The World (CleanTechnica Video)

November 14th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

One of the top presentations at EVBox's first annual rEVolution conference earlier this year came from Thomas Raffeiner, CEO & Founder of The Mobility House. In this presentation, Thomas highlighted a few projects used old EV batteries and helping to intelligently manage extreme as well as regular electricity needs in these locations. The Mobility House has partnered with Nissan, Renault, Daimler, and others for these projects. In my eyes, though, the most interesting project was with the Vatican. The presentation is worth a watch, so just get on it



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