How To Use Innovative Financing To Electrify Your Fleet
Iga Hallberg, Vice President, Partnerships, Gage Zero
Fleets can take advantage of financing available from sources such as federal and local grants and incentives, which can help offset the cost of electric vehicles and charging infrastructure, but understanding and qualifying for these incentives can be complicated, and they don’t include the additional costs associated with site development, planning, construction, and more. Additionally, not all fleets have the resources for finding and applying for grants, nor do all fleets qualify for those funds.
In this session, we’ll discuss innovative business and finance models that can help de-risk the investment for fleets to electrify while helping them avoid up-front costs and stay competitive, including private equity capital, multi-use charging hubs, and comprehensive fleet electrification solutions that include vehicle leasing.
Attendees will learn:
• Creative ways to finance your fleet’s transition to EV
• Multi-use charging hub benefits - shared capital costs, utilities and operational costs
• Benefits of a staged approach to readying your site for EVs
• Strategic and operational cost benefits to accelerating electrification
All Sessions: December 2023 Infrastructure Conference
Free to attend December 4-6, 2023: view the daily webinar schedule here. This virtual event will span all things EV charging in two main tracks:
Track 1: Deploying EV Infrastructure & Fleets
Content for fleet/facility managers, charging network operators, public transport planners, etc.
Track 2: Design & Manufacturing of Charging Systems
Content for engineers who are building, testing, and manufacturing charging systems.
All live webcast sessions are free to attend and will be recorded and available to watch on-demand after the event. Register for a session below and reserve your spot to watch it live or on-demand.