Carbon netural generation creates more LCFS credits. Carbon neutrality can be acheived with clean on-site generation or Renewable Energy Credits (RECs).
Based on your selections, using electricity instead of fossil fuel saves $0 per year. For 0 annual miles, this is a savings of $NaN per mile.
Annual Fuel Costs
Switching to electricity will also allow you to generate Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) credits, which could generate $0 per year.
Estimated LCFS Revenues
For more on LCFS Credits, visit the LCFS calculator.
To maximize BEV rate inputs, we have set your rate to Business Low Use EV, with a subscription level of 0 blocks. Check out the Business EV Rate Calculator to explore your options.
The total monthly cost would be $0, which includes the cost to recharge to full and the subscription charges.
BEV Cost Components
Every mile driven depletes the battery of electric vehicles. Over the course of a week, the vehicle batteries will follow the schedule below:
Weekly Battery Schedule
The site's electricity load will be the aggregate of all vehicles and their charging patterns, as shown for each weekday:
Site Load Profile (kWh)
Electricity rates are designed to encourage charging at certain hours. PG&E recently created the Business EV Rate with fleets in mind. To minimize costs, configure the vehicles to charge during the cheapest hours.
BEV Hourly Energy Charges
The selected vehicles and their corresponding details is shown below.
Vechile Set Characteristics
|Vehicle Battery Capacity|
|Equivalent Fossil Fuel MPG|
Chargers are most profitable if they can be shared by vehicles. The minimum charging equipment for this scenario is shown below.
Minimum Charging Equipment
|Type||# Required||Ports||Port kW||Count Of Chargers In Use by Hour of Day|
While saving money, you will also be saving the environment.
|Fossil Fuel Volume||0 gal||0 gal||For each vehicle set, we applied each vehicle's mpg to the annual miles driven.|
|Fossil Fuel CO2 Emissions||22.38 lbs CO2 / gal||19.64 lbs CO2 / gal||Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration|
|CO2 Emissions by Fossil Fuel||0 lbs||0 lbs||"Fossil Fuel Volume" * "CO2 Emissions In Lbs/Gal"|
|Total CO2 Emissions||0 lbs CO2||"Diesel CO2 Emissions" + "Gasoline CO2 Emissions"|
|Electricity Equivalent||0 MWh||The amount of electricity required to replace the selected fleet of fossil fuel vehicles one-to-one with electric vehicles.|
|PG&E Electricity CO2 Emissions||294 lbs/MWh||Source: PG&E|
|CO2 Emissions from EV charging||0 lbs CO 2||"Electricity Equivalent" * "PG&E Electricity CO2 Emissions"|
|CO2 Emissions Reduced||0 lbs CO2||"Total Emissions from Fossil Fuels" - "CO2 Emissions for Equivalent EVs"|
|CO2 to GHG conversion||1.00364||Conversion based on global warming potential of the primary greenhouse gases|
|GHG Emissions Reduced||0 lbs GHG||CO2 Emissions Reduced converted to GHG|
|GHG Emissions Reduced (Simplified)||0 tons GHG||A US ton is equivalent to 2,000 lbs|
A tree absorbs 48 pounds of CO2 per year, which makes this configuration equivalent to saving 0 trees annually.
Fleet Savings Calculator provides illustrative estimations throughout and does not guarantee the accuracy of any costs, savings, hardware specifications, or incentives estimates. Please refer to referenced sources and original equipment manufacturers for up to date costs, hardware specifications, and incentives information.
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