Does Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) drive you to make your fleet green?
Does the new 2026 regulation for company cars oblige you to reconsider your fleet? Do you want to anticipate the transition?
Is it that you don’t want to impose electric vehicles for the well-being of your colleagues, but the current situation pushes you into it?
Electric cars in your fleet, yes, but how do you handle recharging? In particular, will the electrical capacity of your building be sufficient?
Will your colleagues find the right electrified vehicle among the manufacturers’ offerings?
Does the range of electric vehicles meet the needs of your colleagues?
Is fleet management not your main task, and you do not have time to review your car policy? Perhaps you don’t have the resources to manage it internally? Is it possible that you don’t know where to start?
“Moving to electric” has become everyday language. In practice, there are several possible paths toward electrification, from hybrid vehicles to fully electric ones.
Our tailor-made solutions
We actively support you in the transformation of your fleet. In particular, we help you reduce your carbon footprint and lower your fleet’s real Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
Our action focuses on all points of the electrification journey, adapted to your needs.
- Fleet diagnostics
- Implementation of the electrification plan
- Supporting the transition and following-up on the implementation
- Information and training about the “electrified car”
- Calculation of the actual TCO of your fleet
- Analysis of your fleet starting from your database and a complementary survey of your drivers.
- Cross-referencing with the present and future offer of electrified vehicles
- Timing of potential electrification car by car
- Analysis of the electrical installation, consumption/production profile
- Recommended charging facilities
- Electrification plan and balance sheet for your fleet over 3 years
Implementation and monitoring
- Adapting your car policy towards an attractive electrification plan
- Recharging strategy: feasibility study
- Communication assistance towards your drivers
- Driver feedback analysis, potential adaptations
- Follow-up on implementation
Information and Training
- The UN, European, Belgian and the RW (Walloon Region) political will
- An electric vehicle. Is it a real, lasting change or an ecological bubble?
- Technical introduction to electrified motorisations
- Is it too expensive?
- Not a lot of choice?
- Is the displayed range insufficient?
- Not enough charging points, slow or fast charging?
- The ideal candidate for electro-mobility, the one to discourage, the one to whom to offer creative solutions
Electrified vehicles are key to reducing CO2 emissions and play an important role in tackling climate change.
Several cities such as Brussels, Ghent, Antwerp and Mechelen have set up low emission zones (LEZ) where only low-polluting vehicles can access them.
Thanks to its silent operation, the electric vehicle naturally induces a Zen driving, which consumes less energy.
CO2 LCA emissions of a typical SUV from company fleets
Stringent emissions legislation is rapidly changing and impacts the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of classical vehicles. An electrified motorisation, which is more energy efficient and fiscally suitable, is also a way of reducing a company’s TCO.
The economic benefit is thus visible and quantifiable for the user, by lowering the amount of his BIK (Benefit in Kind).
TCO cost of a typical SUV from company fleets
And in addition…
- Improve your overall carbon footprint (CSR)
- Become even more attractive to new candidates
- Get a head start on the upcoming regulations
- Take the hidden or understated costs into account