ComEd Electric Vehicle and Equipment Planning Survey

ComEd Electric Vehicle and Equipment Planning Survey

Illinois has aggressive climate goals that set targets for decarbonization across all sectors and industries. The climate crisis has also forced both public and private organizations to reevaluate how they operate to become cleaner, more energy-efficient, and even transform some of their equipment and operations.

One area of exploration that is frequently discussed is electric vehicles – how passenger vehicles, buses, vans, and the trucking sector can move away from combustion and toward non-polluting vehicles. The purpose of the survey is to gather information from various types of organizations – from municipalities to businesses in how your organization is planning for broader electrification.

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