Seeking the Utility Viewpoint; Respond to our Commercial EV Business Intelligence Survey

March 2, 2022
We want to know how commercial fleet managers for companies can connect with you and vice versa. What is the road to progress for meaningful commercial electric vehicle fleet deployment? What are the speed bumps and barriers?

Together, the U.S. commercial and transportation sectors account for more than one third of greenhouse gas emissions.

So it makes sense that any true movement toward Net-Zero Carbon goals must involve commercial fleets and electrification. E-mobility on a C&I level, once deployed with a vast array of EVs, charging infrastructure and the utility power to make it happen, could truly turn the tide in the fight against climate change.

And so we hope…but another truth is that utilities and commercial fleet owners may not know enough about each other to make that marriage happen in a smooth way. To that end, we are creating a Commercial EV business intelligence report and we want to hear from utilities.

We want to know how commercial fleet managers for companies can connect with you and vice versa. What is the road to progress for meaningful commercial electric vehicle fleet deployment? What are the speed bumps and barriers?

If you are an electric utility pro who has some knowledge of the challenges and progress to CEV adoption, we invite you to complete our short survey. Just click here to get started. In addition, we’ll enter you into a drawing to win a $100 Amazon gift card or a free registration to our inaugural event, T&D World Conference and Exhibition, being held in Charlotte, NC, Oct. 5-7, 2022.