Big Data Brings Efficiency to Electric Georgia Fleets

Green Technology

Electric car charging in parking lotWith more people driving electric cars, there is a need for current, publicly available national data that provides insight on charging, driving patterns, and vehicle performance. However, for many city fleets, it can be expensive to manage a telematics program. Read the following article by our partner, Clean Cities-Georgia (CC-GA), and learn about an ongoing project that helps electric fleet operators understand how vehicles perform and report accurate cost savings associated with the zero-emission transition.


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