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Manage the technical side of electrification.

Create a plan to power your EVs

It’s true: “going electric” isn’t as easy as throwing a switch. But it’s also not an insurmountable challenge.

As with any new fleet initiative, the most successful approaches will be measured and strategic. Our experience shows this will start with a plan for on-site charging infrastructure. In addition, comprehensive training programs for both drivers and maintenance personnel will be essential.


Need a charging primer?

Here are the different types of chargers currently powering EVs. Typically, corporate or industrial fleets will have Level 3 chargers available for charging onsite.

Level 1


Level 1

AC 110 / 120 Volt
Standard home outlet
Typically 2-5 miles of range per 1 hour of charging

Level 2

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Level 2

AC 208 / 240 Volt
Requires professional installation
Typically 10-12 miles of range per 1 hour of charging

Level 3

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Level 3

DC 208 / 480 Volt 3-phase
Requires professional installation
Typically 50-70 miles of range per 20 minutes of charging

Take the first steps with Enterprise Fleet Management.

Ready to explore if electrification is right for your fleet? Our automotive experts are here to help you craft the right fleet strategy. Talk to us.

If you’re a current Enterprise Fleet management customer, get in touch with your local client strategy manager to discuss how to evaluate your fleet for electrification opportunities.