Corporate fleet manager LeasePlan has a plan for electrification

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The auto leasing giant reveals it is currently putting a new EV on the road in the US every five hours

Lots of corporations want to electrify their fleets, but many are trying to answer a critical question first: Is now the right time to do it? That's according to Matt Dyer, CEO and president of LeasePlan...

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