On behalf of WIND-projekt Ingenieur- und Projektentwicklungsgesellschaft mbH (WIND-projekt), IWEN Energy Institute created a concept for the conversion of the company fleet. The aim of the conversion is to reduce the CO2 emissions caused by the company's mobility. In the course of the study, an analysis of the conditions and possibilities at the company location as well as the driving behavior of the employees was carried out. In addition to the use of alternative drive technologies, possibilities for the direct use of renewable energies for climate-friendly mobility were also examined.
As a result, it makes sense to convert the fleet to battery-electric vehicles, taking into account the required range. Potentials for the expansion of the existing charging infrastructure and energy supply at the site were identified and the requirements for alternative vehicles were determined. On this basis, recommendations for a possible future fleet composition with suitable charging infrastructure were described, and a corresponding catalog of measures and an implementation plan were drawn up. With the final concept, WIND-projekt was provided with a basis for decision-making and action for the targeted conversion of the vehicle fleet, which holds out the prospect of a significant reduction in fleet-related CO2 emissions.
The concept development was funded by the Federal Ministry of Digital Affairs and Transport as part of the BMDV's Electromobility Funding Guideline. The funding guideline is coordinated by NOW GmbH and implemented by Project Management Jülich (PtJ).