Fuuse Fleet starts with a transition planning tool that utilises telematics data. This provides fleets with information on which vehicles can transition immediately to electric, including any changes that can be made to existing routes to maximize the number of vehicles that can transition.
Using historic and live site energy data Fuuse Fleet’s infrastructure planning tools and reports investigate whether sites have enough electrical capacity to handle charging needs now and in the future, and feed this into capacity planning that determines the infrastructure needed to support the fleet transition.
Fuuse then draws upon their network of nationwide installers and hardware partners to project manage the implementation of charging infrastructure, whilst the Fuuse back-office charge point management system is fully configured to meet the operational, maintenance and cost-management requirements of the fleet.
The delivery of Fuuse Fleet is supported by a number of new hires, including Thomas Arapura, new Head of Product Strategy, who joins from Centrica; and Russell Olive, Head of Fleet, from MiX Telematics. Both bring together extensive expertise in the telematics and energy industries to help shape Fuuse’s latest fleet offering.
Russell Olive, Head of Fleet at Fuuse said, “When I talk to fleet managers, I’m posed with the same question: where do I start? They all know they need to make the transition and that the timer is ticking. At Fuuse we’ve built a solution that takes the mystery away, making sense of a whole new world backed by the data that fleets are very comfortable with.
"So that initial transition piece is an absolutely vital foundation to the success of any fleet transition. This is a really exciting proposition for the future of electric fleets.”
Fuuse’s new fleet solutions also include a fully managed maintenance service including 24/7 driver support; and partner approach to ongoing success – ensuring fleets can get the most out of their charging infrastructure as they scale their electric operations.