Alphabet’s electric fleet explained

posted on 18/10/2023
  • Overview
  • What's Alphabet's range of electric vehicles?
  • How can Alphabet help you?
Like many businesses, yours might be considering making the switch to electric vehicles – and it’s up to you to get things moving.

This might seem like a daunting task, but you don’t need to worry. We’ve been helping businesses like yours effortlessly electrify their fleets since 2014. And the best place to start is to see what options are available.

Watch our video here on your journey to electrification, where our Consultancy and Channel Manager Caroline takes you through the key factors in e-mobility, and keep reading to discover our full range of solutions.

What's Alphabet's range of electric vehicles?

Today, we have 58,500+ electrified vehicles on our books. In fact, at the time of writing, every one in three of our vehicles is now either partially or fully electric, which also account for 69% of all new car orders. Plus, we’re expecting 2024 to be another year of charged EV growth, as we continue our mission to help customers make positive progress towards their Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) targets.

But, because no two company’s eMobility strategies are the same, we have an extensive range of vehicles available. This includes BEVs and PHEVs, along with traditional ICEs (for now – to make the transition to electric smoother before the 2035 deadline). If you’re not sure what those terms mean, here’s a handy explanation for each.

Battery Electric Vehicle.

This is a vehicle that runs on battery power alone, through an electric motor. This means there is no internal combustion engine or fuel tank. Instead, you charge the battery using a plug-in point, which can be as simple as a standard 120-volt outlet (commonly found in homes) or a fitted home charger, specifically designed to charge your vehicle.

Being fully electric, BEVs produce zero emissions. So, they’re perfect for meeting fast-approaching sustainability targets and deadlines. BEVs also tend to have bigger batteries than other vehicles.

Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle.

This is a vehicle with both a combustion engine and an electric motor, that can be charged via a public or private charger. They usually have smaller electric range than a BEV, but are a great stepping-stone option for businesses that aren’t ready to go fully electric.




Internal Combustion Engine.

These are vehicles that traditionally run on petrol or diesel. We understand different businesses have different needs, so if you’re not yet in a position to transition your whole fleet to electric, we still include a great range of ICEs in our portfolio.




How can Alphabet help you?

At Alphabet, we have almost 10 years of expertise in supplying fleets with electric vehicles and a wide portfolio of options on offer. We’re committed to making the change – so much so that we’ve installed 184 charge points at our headquarters in Farnborough. So, if you’re thinking about making the switch, our experts are ready to advise you on your eMobility strategy with helpful consultation services. Whether you're at the beginning of your electric journey or already in the process of moving, we’re here to help.

Take the next step

Get in touch with our electrification experts to take the first step in making the switch and future-proof your fleet. Our team are here to help you on your Road to Zero.

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