Electric Power. Proven.™
Georgia Power works closely with municipal, commercial and industrial organizations to assist with fleet electrification and charging infrastructure.
Benefits of electrifying your fleet include:
- Reducing fuel costs
- Spending less on maintenance
- Increasing workplace safety
- Reducing your environmental impact
Will it Work Overview
Let your data fuel your decision
The Will It Work™ Fleet Electrification process collects real data to demonstrate the fuel cost saving and carbon reducing power of electric vehicles. Will It Work™ is built around a suitability assessment, electric vehicle demonstration and transparent reporting. The results will address whether converting to electric vehicles will work in your specific application(s) and outline potential benefits.
Types of Fleet Electrification Vehicles
Our Will It Work™ Fleet Electrification process can be applied to any type of vehicle. Whether you are looking to electrify your on road passenger vehciles, or your off road material handlers, we are here to help you reach your business goals.
On Road Vehicles
Whether you are moving people or goods, our process can be applied to many types of vehicles. See some of the more common applications below.
Light duty vehicles (sedans)
Shuttles and utility carts
Transit and school buses
Delivery trucks and vans
Off Road Vehicles
If your business uses off road vehicles to move materials or people, consider the electric alternative and replace fossil fuel equipment with the efficiency of electric power. Some of the more common applications are listed below.
Forklift material handling
Airport ground service equipment and terminal tractors
Standby refrigerated trucking
Schedule your FREE electrification consultation today!
A member of the Georgia Power's Electric Transportation team is here to assist you. Whether you have basic questions, or are ready to look at how much you could save by switching to electric, our team of professionals is ready to help.
- Commercial Guide to Electric Transportation
- Consumers Guide to Electric Vehicles
- Electric Vehicle Charging Guide
Contact us today with any general questions you may have, or to schedule your free electrification consultation.Contact an ET Market Specialist