We are market leaders in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. Each operator we have worked with has their own starting point and fleet requirements. We work closely with our customers to understand their situation and how we can help.
We focus on minimising electric fleet lifetime costs. We want to make the environmentally sustainable financially sustainable.
Many of our customers start with significant grid constraints – they do not have access to the power they need to run their services.
We work with them to understand their requirements and to see if, using our charging software or on site battery storage, we can minimise the ‘peak power’ required. If this isn’t enough, we secure a bigger connection for the best price.
The upfront capital required to purchase charging infrastructure and electric vehicles is significant, as are the costs of replacement batteries – so we offer finance. We can provide competitive financing for charging infrastructure and for buses, coaches, minibuses and trucks over a range of contract lengths.
When we replace a battery in a Zenobē vehicle, we go on to refurbish and reuse it in second-life commercial applications. Value from these projects is passed back to the first customer, making our day one price more competitive.
In a volatile energy market, we help our customers keep the operational costs of their fleet down with bespoke power purchase agreements (PPAs) and award-winning smart-charging software that minimises energy costs.
Then, a combination of operator training and desktop software analysis enables us to increase overall operational efficiency.
Now fleet operators can also enjoy the benefits of the ‘as a service’ model.
With ETaaS we’re able to finance and manage complete solutions including new vehicles, battery replacement, charging and grid infrastructure, depot-based second-life battery systems, smart charging software, spare parts, and full operational support. All for a monthly fee.
Start by reading our guide to electric vehicle batteries and how to manage their performance. A must for fleet operators wanting to understand two of the key considerations when switching to battery electric vehicles.
Pete leads Zenobē’s growing team of Product specialists across all areas of the business. His team oversee our R&D as well as product development in both hardware and software.
He has been working in the European E-Mobility sector from over ten years, specialising in the design, build and delivery of software systems for EV Charging.