The Digital Supply Chain Podcast - Electrifying Fleets
A chat with AMPLY Power’s Simon Lonsdale
[Digital Supply Chain Podcast, May, 29, 2020]
Digital Supply Chain, and electric fleet management – a chat with AMPLY Power’s Simon Lonsdale
The Digital Supply Chain podcast is a show hosted by SAP Innovation Evangelist Tom Raftery, discussing thought leadership, best practices, and the latest innovations in delivering a sustainable supply chain.
On this episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, I spoke with Simon Lonsdale, co-founder and head of sales and strategy for AMPLY Power (@AmplyPower on Twitter). Amply is a US based company in the commercial fleet space, specializing in managing the fueling of electric vehicles (be they cars, vans, trucks, buses, or any other type of commercial electric vehicle).
Simon spoke about how AMPLY‘s business model is a pay per mile driven one, how AMPLY can help its customers drive down the cost of transportation for organizations by intelligently managing the charging of its electric vehicles, demand side management, and where available applying carbon credits to the electricity used for the vehicles.
We had a fascinating conversation, and I particularly liked Simon’s point near the end about the extra value Amply can bring its customers, by unlocking the feeling data. Something not available for users of internal combustion engines – listen for yourselves, and let me know what you think.
About AMPLY Power
FLEET CHARGING, SIMPLIFIED. AMPLY Power provides Charging-as-a-Service to de-risk and accelerate the adoption of electric buses, trucks, and passenger vehicles by public and private fleets through its simple price-per-mile-driven model. AMPLY provides a fully managed charging solution that enables municipal and commercial fleets to deploy electric vehicles confidently and without hassles. AMPLY handles all aspects of charging operations on behalf of fleet owners, and AMPLY’s charging systems are optimized for the lowest electricity costs.
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