We work with fleet operators and sustainability leads to plan and implement EV deployments by bridging the gaps between investors, owners, operators, charger manufacturers and policymakers.
Categories we actively support are:
Last Mile Delivery
Private Bus Operators
7Gen develops charging infrastructure and vehicle leasing projects that enable commercial fleet managers to convert to electric vehicles.
Our team works with clients to identify their vehicle and charging needs and helps assess the feasibility and advisable speed of conversion. We broker new partnerships and governance models to make fleet conversion a seamless reality.
Our name is a constant reminder of our purpose - to enable next generation technology today. 7Gen reflects the guiding principle that our actions consider the impact beyond the current generation, expanding our outlook to include generations to come. We are focused on pioneering solutions that create sustainable value.
Transportation is ~40% of GHG emissions in our cities
Electric vehicle and technology exists to meet commercial needs reliably and costs are coming down
Commercial fleets have been one of the slower areas to shift
Fleet requirements are scalable - combining infrastructure and vehicles creates an opportunity for institutional investment
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