The Supercharged Mobility

The Supercharged Mobility

Supercharged mobility. The last route to zero.

The electricity in a battery tends to be seen as a less reliable source of energy than the gas in a tank. However, a brand with a view to the future must come to challenge and change this perception.

Pull your socks up and teach each other the batteries. That is what brands need to electrify.

By working with the input of the battery lines, the brand will show a full charge, portraying the reliability and toughness of the vehicles. The visual device of the battery can also be linked to a diverse range of needs that can be solved through a fleet of Electric Cars.

As the world moves to systematically reduce fossil fuel consumption on the path to a net-zero emissions future, a major urban mobility revamp will serve as a catalyst to unlock sustainable communities.

When it comes to reducing emissions, zero-emission mobility can be a game changer for creating prosperous cities with improved transportation solutions. This transformation is increasingly achievable through environmentally focused policies, increasingly progressive mindsets, advanced technology, and favorable economics.

Keep Social demands

  • Sustainability is a value that’s changing consumer demands towards more environmentally conscious choices. Strong grassroots movements and climate activists are calling on cities and organisations to be more accountable for their impact on the environment and driving the shift from fossil-fuel vehicles.

Carbon reduction commitments

  • The transportation sector contributes 25% of global GHG emissions with cars, trucks and buses accounting for nearly 75% of these emissions. The adoption of zero-emission fleets provide a tangible step towards bold decarbonisation commitments, and advance UN Sustainable Development Goal 11.6 to improve air quality.

Technology innovations

  • Continuous developments in electric vehicle technology and demand for larger ranged low-emission vehicles are grow the market 26.8% by 2030. Car manufacturers and battery producers are addressing range anxiety with improved performance from hydrogen fuel cell technology to deliver extended range for full load heavy-duty trucks, and battery technology elevation for better resiliency in cold weather climates.


  • The total cost of ownership for heavy-duty electric vehicles are reaching parity with their diesel-powered counterparts.11 Additionally, the infrastructure required for the vehicle transition including sub-stations, transformers, grid connections, and energy storage are identical to those needed for the greater energy transition.
Ultimate route to zero. Fleet owners will need to understand the skills gaps and additional the costs required to adapt to these new dynamics.

Summary: Solutions to accelerate zero-emission fleet adoption.With many factors and trade-offs at play, it is important to give a wide consideration to the opportunities and risks of battery and hydrogen fuel cell EVs within the local context of fleet owners who adopt them. We apply five concepts as a framework for unlocking the best solution for zero-emission fleet adoption.

Are you ready for what’s possible?