The estimated cost of your minimum chargers is $0. This is derived from:
Carbon neutral generation creates more LCFS credits. Carbon neutrality can be acheived with clean on-site generation or Renewable Energy Credits (RECs).
A breakeven point does not exist. The total cost of ownership for the electric vehicle(s) exceeds its fossil vehicle counterpart(s).
Total Costs Over Time
You're looking at $NaN in additional costs over the life of the vehicles.
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The selected vehicles and their corresponding details is shown below.
Vehicle Set Characteristics
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The value of vehicles depreciate over time. This tool assumes a straight-line depreciation, and does not account for any tax treatment of depreciation.
Depreciation And Resale
Chargers are most profitable if they can be shared by vehicles. The minimum charging equipment for this scenario is shown below.
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Ineligible Grants. For a complete list that includes typical amounts, please see the Grants page.
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.
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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