By financing, designing, building, and managing battery systems, their customers can switch to renewable energy, electric vehicle fleets, and efficient power distribution. Zenobē has c.235MW of contracted storage assets, around 25% market share of the UK EV bus sector and c.540 electric vehicles contracted globally.
Zenobē’s EV and charging infrastructure solution overcomes the challenges of switching fleets to electric, including capital investment, grid connection, and technology risk and integration. By removing these barriers, Zenobē are accelerating the transition to net zero, tackling the source of rising global temperatures and air pollution. Zenobē’s ETaaS (Electric Transport-as-a-Service) solution provides fleet operators and local authorities with a full solution for a pay-per-month fee including charging infrastructure, battery replacement and its proprietary award-winning software.
“We take the hassle out of electrification for operators by being there from the moment it’s a twinkle in their eye, all the way through to installing equipment, keeping it up and running and making sure they’ve got an excellent service at the lowest possible cost, both financially and ecologically.” Steven Meersman
Zenobē also repurpose batteries after their first life, giving them second lives in portable power applications like Extreme E’s races or supporting on-site solar for Aertssen. By thinking of energy like an ecosystem, vital materials, value and carbon are saved.
Why switch vehicle fleets to electric?
- Reducing cost – The total cost of owning and running EVs is often lower than diesel vehicles.
- Reducing air pollution – Zero emissions means cleaner air and health benefits particularly on busy inner-city roads.
- Reducing range anxiety – Zenobē’s software manages the charging and vehicle tracking so the EVs always have the charge they need.
- Removing risk – Zenobē have a track record of successful delivery that includes 99.98% vehicle uptime.
- Reducing CO2 – An e-bus saves 990 tonnes of CO2 over its 15-year life compared to a diesel bus.
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