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As medium and heavy-duty electric vehicles―semi-trucks, delivery vans, and buses―hit the roadways, the focus is on how to charge them. Black & Veatch estimates that it could take utilities up to 24 to 48 months to deliver power to a large charge port installation. While electric utilities are important to long-term vehicle electrification advancement, innovative alternative energy solutions can eliminate immediate power challenges and also provide resiliency.

For long-term success and effective Total Cost of Ownership, fleet and transportation managers must consider energy costs and how to keep vehicles charged in events such as power outages.

Vijay Srivatson, Head of Product Management at Bloom Energy, will explain how Bloom’s energy servers:
– Bypass grid capacity issues
– Reduce time to power
– Eliminate equipment redundancy
– Operate independently or with the grid