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Need EV Solutions? How we work…

Need EV Solutions? How we work…

Let’s find out how CleanCar works…

Need EV solutions? Well lets find out how cleancar works. Why not find out how CleanCar works and see if an Electric Vehicle would be suitable for you or your fleet? Imagine having an Electric Fleet…

CleanCar is a solution that uses a small plug in GPS device or a Phone app.

Customers use CleanCar’s device or app to record how and when a driver uses their vehicle. This is over a period of a few weeks or a few months. This also depends on requirements and seasonality. We then build up a profile of the driver, which allows us to understand:

  •  if a driver’s vehicle usage is suited to an EV or not.

  • which vehicle is best suited to this purpose.

  • The potential cost saving by making the switch.

  •  The ideal charging requirements.

The process is as follows:

Step 1 – Define the Cohort:

CleanCar works with Fleet/Organisations. The system understands which drivers or what groups of drivers are most likely to be suited to the restrictions and benefits of electric vehicles. CleanCar then defines this group and starts a communication plan (outlined above).

Step 2  – Collect Data:

The CleanCar team posts a small GPS device to the drivers. When the drivers receive the device, it is self installed into the 12v Cigarette lighter socket of the vehicle.

Step 3  – Collect Behaviours:

The driver simply goes about their routine as normal. Once the driver uses their vehicle, the GPS position of the vehicle will be recorded. Data from the device is then sent via the mobile network to our big data portal.

Step 4 – Analysis:

Overall, our devices would have a suitable amount of data recorded. This could be anything from 2 weeks to 3 months depending upon requirements. The user is then able to log in to and answer the questions below:

  1. What Electric Vehicle would suit the user and their needs best?
  2. Will there be a saving by making the EV switch compared to a new version of their current vehicle?
  3. What is the ideal location and type of charge point?

Step 5 – Reporting:

A report is provided to a fleet manager or manager of the organisation.  The driver will also have a report. Data Protection legislation is compliant and is anonymised where required.

Fine Tuning:

The final step is unique to your Fleet’s requirements and involves a consultative approach, to fine-tune and optimize how you make the switch to EV’s for those suitable drivers/vehicle duty rosters in your fleet.

Areas worth consideration include:

  • The optimum way to fund your new vehicles, to maximize tax efficiency.
  • Optimum lease/finance terms and mileage breaks
  • Bulk purchase/lease discounts
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • CSR policy compliance and C02 reduction target performance

 

Is an EV right for everyone?

Is an EV right for everyone?

Is an EV right for everyone? Well… This is what we are about to find out…

Do we believe EV cars are right for everyone?

No, we don’t! Our view is that as things currently stand, some people are perfectly suited to owning an EV. Although, there are benefits of electric vehicles that wouldn’t suit everyone, that’s why CleanCar is here. Whether it be for a fleet or just for yourself. Electric vehicles are not for everyone. This is due to the drivers travel requirements and vehicle usage profile, the driver would just not benefit from owning an EV. The driver would find the experience either impractical or expensive compared to a traditional Internal Combustion Engine Vehicle.

In most cases, it’s about finding the ‘sweet spot’.  This ‘sweet spot’ can be measured based on a driver’s average daily, weekly or monthly mileage pattern. Whether that be from commuting to work, job type or lifestyle.  The sweet spot is usually reflected in a mileage profile that is neither too low, nor too high.

For example –

If your daily mileage requirements are really low an you only drive a couple of thousand miles a year, then yes. An EV will probably work for you. You are unlikely to see any significant WLC savings as you are not doing enough miles to gain the cost benefit.  At the other end of the scale, if you have a daily commute of 120 miles and the EV’s “real” range is just 90 miles, it means a charge at least once a day, which may not be feasible or practical.

Each vehicle has a sweet spot, and they can be quite different from model to model. Those driver profiles that fall within the sweet spot are those who we should target, at least in the short term. These drivers will offer the greatest cost savings and will benefit the most from the switch to EV.

NOTE: The ‘sweet spot’ of EV’s are constantly widening as vehicle pricing lowers due to demand coupled with new models with increased range.  This means that more and more drivers are falling into this sweet spot, which is good news for all.

About CleanCar –

In the five years since we envisioned CleanCar, our core proposition has become increasingly more relevant to business fleets and motorists, as we accelerate the transition to electric mobility from fossil fuel dependency. Our CleanCar solution aims to fully inform both businesses and private motorists in making that ‘transition’ as easy as possible…

Wanting to learn more about the CleanCar system? Why not visit our webpage www.cleancar.io. Also, why not try out our CleanCar Online Calculator? Calculate your savings! Estimate the savings you can achieve by using CleanCar – Click here – CleanCar Saving Calculator

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