Utilities gearing up to help fleets electrify

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Today, both public and private fleet operators are under increasing pressure to switch their vehicles to alternative low-carbon fuels. And they have lots of choices - biodiesel, natural gas, propane, hybrid electric, and now battery electric. Fleet decision makers need unbiased advice so they can begin the transition to a sustainable long-term fleet solution –and utilities are in a unique position to help.

In this one-hour webinar, ICF experts discuss new research into medium- and heavy-duty fleet vehicle markets and share how they helped utility customers electrify their on- and off-road fleet vehicles. Attendees will hear perspectives on:

  • Implications of various alternative fuel pathways for the medium- and heavy-duty sector.
  • Key considerations for utilities when designing programs for their fleet programs.
  • Insights from real-world utility programs on how utility customer expectations are evolving—and steps utilities should take. 
Presenters:
  • Jeff Rosenfeld, Senior Consultant, Transportation and Energy, ICF
  • Stacy Noblet, Senior Director, Transportation, ICF
  • Chris Watson, Senior Manager, Beneficial Electrification, ICF
Meet the authors
  1. Chris Watson, Portfolio Director, Electrification

    Chris is an expert in the energy, renewables, and energy efficiency sector with over 20 years of experience. View bio

  2. Stacy Noblet, Senior Director, Transportation Electrification + ICF Climate Center

    Stacy is a transportation electrification expert supporting government and commercial clients with over 15 years’ experience. View bio

  3. Jeffrey Rosenfeld, Director, Transportation and Energy

    Jeffrey is an expert in alternative transportation fuel policies, focusing on the Renewable Portfolio Standard, California Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS), and Oregon Clean Fuels Program (CFP). View bio