WAYNE, Pa. January 11, 2022 AssetWorks, a leading provider of fleet, fuel and asset management software solutions, announced increased alignment with the White House’s clean energy and climate change initiatives. Executive Order 14057 Catalyzing Clean Energy Industries and Jobs Through Federal Sustainability accelerates federal agencies’ fleet electrification initiatives with expanded requirements for electric vehicle and charging station procurement. AssetWorks products, including FuelFocusEV, are now available to federal agency fleets through the General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) which simplifies the procurement process for EV technologies and ensures competitive pricing.
“AssetWorks’ new EV solutions have come to market early enough to help Federal agency fleets meet the requirements of the White House’s Executive Order (14057) for a Clean Energy Economy,” said Mike Terreri, EV Product Manager at AssetWorks. “Our federal agency customers are taking fleet electrification seriously and in search for enterprise-grade solutions designed for fleet use—not borrowed from other applications like retail or public charging.”
The Executive Order’s overarching objective is to leverage the Federal Government’s scale and procurement power to advance the EV industry and reduce emissions. Key commitments include:
- 100 percent zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) acquisitions by 2035, including 100 percent zero-emission light-duty vehicle acquisitions by 2027
- 100 percent carbon pollution-free electricity usage on a net annual basis by 2030, at least half of which will be 24/7 carbon-free electricity
AssetWorks commissions charging infrastructure for fleets and provides software solutions to manage electricity as a fuel. AssetWorks’ team of electric vehicle charging infrastructure specialists work with fleets to develop site-specific plans for charging infrastructure. Based on fleet requirements, including future integration with the organization’s enterprise software, the AssetWorks team assists fleet leadership teams in developing appropriate equipment strategies from more than sixty different available makes and models of electric vehicle chargers.
FleetFocus, the company’s fleet management software, aggregates charging cost and usage data across multiple charging networks. Fleets can segment and analyze actual charging costs by unit, asset class and internal department similar to gasoline and diesel as well as apply internal mark-ups, conduct cost analysis and operate EV motor pools.
FleetFocus, FuelFocusEV and other AssetWorks solutions including charging station hardware are included on the federal GSA MAS Contract. AssetWorks has been listed on the GSA MAS Contract for many years.
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