Powering the Future: Optimising Fleet Operations in the EV Era

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As fleets transition to electric vehicles (EVs), they encounter a fresh set of challenges that demand innovative solutions. Dispatch teams now grapple with considerations like range limitations, while fleet managers must navigate issues surrounding power availability and the cost of charging. This new layer of complexity calls for strategic management to maximise the efficiency and effectiveness of EV fleets.

Fortunately, the contemporary ecosystem offers a wealth of data-driven opportunities to tackle these challenges head-on. On May 22nd, 2024, at the Delivering Green: Breaking ESG Barriers in Logistics event in Central London, hosted by The Logistics Point, Anant Kapoor, CEO and co-founder of Guided Energy, will present a talk addressing the evolving landscape of fleet electrification. Get a ticket now!

Anant will shed light on how Guided Energy harnesses the power of advanced artificial intelligence (AI) in conjunction with the comprehensive EV ecosystem. By leveraging cutting-edge technology, Guided Energy simplifies and optimises fleet operations, making them more accessible and cost-effective.

Attendees can expect to gain valuable insights into leveraging AI-driven solutions to overcome the complexities associated with operating a fleet of EVs, ultimately driving sustainable and environmentally-friendly logistics practices forward.

Out other speakers include:

From Policy To Practice: Building Resilience In Sustainable Logistics

Edward Jones, Head of Environment Policy @ Logistics UK, talk will dive into the complexities of this transition, exploring the vital role of political consistency and the power of first movers in driving industry change. Through interactive discussions and real-world case studies, he’ll uncover the industry’s acceptance of the need for change and the hurdles it faces in generating long-term business plans amidst uncertainty.

Driving Innovation & Sustainable Freight in Logistics Forward

Fiona Coull, Senior Programme Manager @ Cross River Partnership, Fiona Coull will take a look at how logistics takes on innovation and sustainable freight practices, as well as what projects are under way, their challenges and benefits. The London Light Freight Walking Trial involves an E-Walker that is used by UPS to deliver parcels and packages to businesses in the Fitzrovia area. A simple but a smart innovation that is changing how logistics is done in the heart of the British capital.