Work Electric

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Work Electric is a workplace recognition and sustainability program to empower stakeholders to become sustainability leaders by adopting electric vehicles into their fleets along with workplace charging units. The Work Electric program provides the most advanced transportation plan supported by modern analytic tools to help you advance your short- term goals and plan for the future.

Work Electric is based on three principles Add, Expand, & Convert.

  • Add one or more plug-in EVs to your workplace benefit and fleet with EV charging.
  • Expand EV Fleet and EVSE Infrastructure following a planned replacement schedule.
  • Convert your fleet operations with a full-electric conversion and brand your Beyond Zero Fleet

Work Electric + Fleet + Charging = RECOGNITION

How will it benefit my business?

First and foremost, electric cars have much lower fuel costs compared to conventional vehicles. While still not as ubiquitous as gas stations, public charging stations are becoming more popular all the time. In fact, charging stations surpassed 15,000 in 2017, and are expected to keep growing as the demand for fuel efficient vehicles continues to rise. Outside of fuel savings, you can also qualify for federal tax credit and state incentives when you buy electric or hybrid vehicles. Not a bad deal, considering electric cars produce literally zero tailpipe emissions.

Rocky Mountain Power and Utah Clean Cities is fostering clean-air citizenship by working with vehicle fleets, fuel and energy providers, community leaders, and others to reduce petroleum use in transportation. The nationally recognized idle-free campaign, Green Fleet initiatives, and consultation resources help guide individuals and businesses toward cleaner transportation solutions that are efficient and cost-effective. Utah Clean Cities helps its members obtain grants and/or loans for the use of electric vehicles (EVs) which reduce oil-dependent risk and offer zero emissions at the tail pipe. UCC is doing their part to help Utahns reduce harmful emissions one car at a time, whether it be working or playing in our beautiful state.

Electricity can be used to power all-electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV’s) directly from the power grid using battery storage, or from electricity generated on-board through fuel cells (see hydrogen fuel cells).Electric vehicles were developed in Europe over a century ago, and in 1899 were the most popular vehicle type sold in the United States before being overtaken by petroleum-based engines. However, when air quality and energy independence emerged as top priorities at the turn of the 21st century, electric vehicle propulsion has been gaining popularity yet again.

2021 Fuel Economy Guide 

The 2021 Fuel Economy Guide PDF is now available at FuelEconomy.gov. The Guide is published annually by the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and offers data on current model year (MY) vehicles.

Visit FuelEconomy.gov to find the guide and search for vehicles.

Find Your EV Car to Complete Your Approved Application Process

See How Much You Can Save By Going Electric

Contact us for more Information on Work & Live Electric

Tammie Bostick

Emily Paskett