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Cenex launches carbon reduction tools at LCV2014

Cenex has launched its new website-based electric vehicle viability analysis tool at LCV2014.

Responding to the needs of fleet managers, Cenex has developed a simple-to-use fleet decision making tool.

Cenex’s FCRT lite (http://www.cenex.co.uk/fleet-carbon-reduction-tool/) enables fleet decision makers to accurately access the viability of low carbon vehicles within their fleet operations.

The tool is based on real world duty cycles, real world fuel consumption and real world electric vehicle range.

By providing a realistic total cost of ownership, FCRT lite de-risks the implementation of low carbon fleet solutions.

“We are extremely excited to be launching our FCRT lite,” said Chris Walsh, Head of Technical Support at Cenex.

“During our Electric Vehicle Surgery’s, we found that fleet managers and decision makers were interested in gaining impartial advice on low carbon vehicles as it enabled them to gain an understanding of how Electric Vehicles can best be deployed within their fleets and what savings could be made.

Unlike other applications currently available on the market, our new tool (that can be used and accessed for free), will use real-world data that we have collected to help evaluate the viability of a range of low carbon vehicles within fleet operations, allowing fleet managers to make informed decisions which may be better suited to their operations.”

Cenex’s FCRT lite tool will be launched on the Cenex website http://www.cenex.co.uk/fleet-carbon-reduction-tool/ at LCV2014 and will also be available in the Electric Vehicle Surgery on the Cenex stand at the LCV Event.

 

 



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