• Planning is the first crucial step in fleet electrification and will have the highest impact on system performance
  • Fleet electrification is complex and time consuming
  • The multi-faceted nature of the problem and the interdependence of variables make these projections difficult to plan


Mobility Data Analysis

  • Data Logging
  • Route Analysis
  • Technical Feasibility
  • Duty-Cycle Development

Charging Strategy Analysis

  • Depot Charging
  • Opportunity Charging
  • Tariff Dependent Charging
  • Shared Charging

Battery and Motor Sizing

  • Driving Process Simulation
  • Motor Sizing
  • Battery Sizing
  • Battery Degradation

Charging Infrastructure Sizing

  • Charger Sizing
  • Charging Process Simulation
  • Charging Schedule
  • Wait-time & Queuing Issues
  • Electrical Load Profile

Energy Infrastructure Sizing

  • Electrical Network
  • DER Integration
  • Energy Storage Integration
  • Power Outage Handling
  • Microgrid Sizing

Financial Analysis

  • Current Cost of Operation
  • Capital and Operating Costs
  • Operating Costs
  • Total Cost of Ownership
  • Emissions


Feasibility Analysis

Identifies routes best fit for electrification and evaluates the technical and financial feasibility based on the Total Cost of Ownership.

  • Route Energy Analysis
  • Vehicle/Battery Options
  • Charger Sizing
  • Load Profile Generation
  • Financial Analysis – TCO

Preliminary Planning

Preliminary sizing of the system for preparing budgets, grant applications, and initial discussions.

  • Feasibility Analysis
  • Custom Duty Cycle Analysis
  • Range Validation
  • Financial Analysis – TCO/NPV/IRR
  • What-if Analysis
  • Conceptual Design

Detailed Planning

Detailed planning of the system and sizing of the components for procurement and utility interconnection.

  • Preliminary Planning
  • Charging Strategy Development
  • Managed and Smart Charging
  • System Optimization
  • DER and Microgrid
  • Power Quality Analysis

Implementation Support

Provide technical support for project implementation and complete additional analysis as needed.

  • Validate Detailed Planning
  • Develop and Refine Component Sizing
  • Interface with Suppliers/Utility
  • Model Selection for Vehicles and Chargers
  • Selection of Charge Management System
  • Risk Analysis