With fleet electrification rapidly moving from concept to operational deployment, Electriphi's fleet and energy management solutions are helping commercial fleets ease into this transition.
The company has been chosen to showcase its solutions at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Cleantech Challenge (CVCC) hosted in Denver, CO. The highly competitive process selects top finalists from a range of technology companies across the US and Canada.
The challenge is managed by Colorado Cleantech Industries Association and North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) in partnership with an internationally recognized team of industry leaders including Great Dane, UPS, Schneider Trucks, Kenworth, Xcel, Woodward, Toyota, Clean Cities, Rocky Mountain Institute, CALSTART and NREL.
Electriphi provides a charging and operations management platform that saves energy costs and simplifies the transition to electric vehicle fleets. Upfront planning and smart energy management is very important for large scale vehicle electrification. To help with the transition, Electriphi recently released a free Fleet Planning Tool to demonstrate the impact of fleet electrification for customer's operational, fueling and capital costs. The tool runs analysis based on unique characteristics of each fleet and runs thousands of simulations to provide a customized report.