Stuttgart / Munich / July 29th 2020 – International management and technology consultancy P3 Group is joining EV 100 initiative by The Climate Group. With this membership P3 gives a clear commitment for electrification of the entire business fleet until 2030 and to set-up charging infrastructure at 17 international office locations.
Today P3 is operating an EV fleet of 18 vehicles, thereof 13 battery electric vehicles and 5 plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. Only in the first quarter of 2019 the fleet has covered more than 20.500 km electrically – this is a plus of 147% in comparison to the same quarter a year ago. P3 saves up to 2.500 kg CO2 per quarter with the electric fleet. To integrate the EVs to the vehicle pool is especially recommended – the average mileage per booking is around 37 km. But also for long-distance trips the EVs have proven their operational readiness: Some of the business vehicles (pure battery electric) have covered more than 30,000 km over the past year.
P3 Group is supporting its customers from automotive and energy industry for almost 15 years with the transformation towards electric mobility and is convinced, that electric driving is the technology of the future. Markus Hackmann, Managing Director for Electric Mobility: “P3 is convinced that electric driving is the technology of the future – based on our strong commitment to the topic, we also want to make contribution by electrifying our fleet and equip our office sites with suitable charging infrastructure. EV100 offers a very good platform to discuss the electrification of business fleets, share experiences and join forces with regard to multiple challenges. We are pleased to become a part of EV 100 and to cooperate with The Climate Group in the future.”
EV 100 is an international initiative to accelerate the transformation towards electric fleets. The members commit themselves to use electric vehicles in their fleets and install suitable charging infrastructure. Up until today companies with a total of more than 2 million fleet vehicles joined the initiative to electrify their fleets until 2030. Charging infrastructure will be installed at more than 2,000 company sites. Sandra Roling, Head of EV 100: “We’re delighted to welcome P3 as a new EV100 member. Its commitment as a company with long-standing expertise in the automotive sector, P3’s participation send a clear signal that the transition to electro-mobility is already well under way.”
P3 is a leading international technology consultancy with a fast growing team of more than 1,000 consultants and engineers. The team is involved to develop and realize innovative solutions for today’s complex challenges. With more than 200 technology consultants, P3 electrify is a leading partner for the industry in the area of electric mobility and covers the whole value chain – from cell and battery technology, to electric drivetrain systems and charging infrastructure up to the grid integration of electric vehicles. With a broad portfolio of services and inhouse tools P3 offers a real value-add for its customers from automotive and energy industry and supports the customers in every phase of the transition process from innovation to operation. The customers benefit from capabilities in the areas of management consultancy, project organization, engineering services and software development. P3 is managing complex projects on a holistic level.
For more information please visit us:www.p3-group.com or “P3 electrify“ on LinkedIn.
About EV 100
P3 – EV 100
EV100 is a global initiative of the international NGO The Climate Group, in which future-oriented companies have joined forces to accelerate the transition to electric mobility.
Around 70 well-known companies such as Deutsche Post DHL, Ingka Group (IKEA), HP Inc. and Vattenfall want to achieve the transition by 2030 and have already put more than 80,000 electric vehicles on the road. The initiative’s annual progress report publishes valuable data on the results and experiences of the participating companies. The British government has been the international ambassador for the EV100 initiative since 2019.