Study: Fleet electrification primed to soar as heavier-duty EVs come online

Cecilia Keating
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A delivery fleet refuels | Credit: ChargePoint
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A delivery fleet refuels | Credit: ChargePoint

Study published this week by US charging network ChargePoint predicts growing range of specialist commercial vehicles will turbocharge corporates' shift away from fossil fuels

The fleet market for electric vehicles (EV) is set to boom over the coming years as zero emission versions of heavy-duty vehicles that have previously resisted electrification hit the market. That is...

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