In response to an overwhelming need for accurate GHG emissions monitoring across the commercial fleet sector, Utilimarc has enhanced its Fleet Business Intelligence platform with comprehensive real-time and annual GHG Analytics.
The emissions tracking tool gives fleets an understanding of where they stand and how they can enact change with an easily implemented solution. The platform’s new features are testament to the power of data consolidation. The Progress to Goals feature takes into account that not all fleets have the same objectives when it comes to sustainability.
Whether goals are focused on emissions reduction, fuel savings, electrification, or something else, fleets can effectively track progress toward personal goals. To aid with idle mitigation, the tool helps distinguish unproductive from productive idling times, giving fleet managers a clear target for idle and emissions reduction.
Electrification is one of the most common initiatives for improving fleet sustainability today. For those looking to electrify, EV Candidacy assesses the needs and behaviors within your fleet and identifies ideal candidates for immediate electrification. Once fleets have begun implementing EVs, the Estimated Fuel Savings from EV dashboard gives managers a breakdown of how many gallons of gas have been saved thus far.
The diversity of sustainability metrics and dashboards available ensures that the needs of all types of fleets are met. While lighter duty fleets may have an easier time utilizing electrification as a main solution, heavier duty fleets will need to rely on alternative fuels, idle mitigation, route optimization and improved utilization. In either case, accurate, real-time analytics are necessary to understanding the impact of the strategic initiatives being invested into.
Utilimarc’s new GHG Analytics Dashboard is not exclusive to neither electric nor gas-fueled fleets, but rather works to meet each fleet where they are. Currently, the company is working with 80% of all utility fleets across the country on reducing emissions using insights from its Business Intelligence platform, as well as over 100 city and county fleets.
For more information on Utilimarc’s GHG Reporting capabilities, visit the website here.