Large fleet owners including utilities and government agencies are leading implementers of the transition to electric vehicles. Robust electrification programs are a key strategy to reduce carbon footprints and meet clean energy goals.
To support this energy transition, Leidos has developed strategic electrification plans, performed distribution design services, coordinated large-scale electric vehicle (EV) supply equipment project rollouts, and managed complex project construction and installation work. Additionally, Leidos has built strong relationships with some of the largest EV infrastructure vendors and installers from across the country.
, Leidos VP, Energy Infrastructure
Government fleet leaders are looking to understand the best ways to continue to achieve their fleet’s mission while advancing to newer technologies.
To meet the requirements of the Executive Order on Catalyzing Clean Energy Industries and Jobs Through Federal Sustainability, all federal agencies with at least 20 operational vehicles are working to transition to a fully zero-emissions fleet by 2027. In a recent article on GovExec, industry experts from Leidos delve into the key challenges agencies face in fleet electrification and how Leidos is delivering unique and secure energy infrastructure transformation capabilities.