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Electric Futures: Are you ready for the Electric Vehicle revolution?

By David Peake, Chief Strategy Officer, The Consultus International Group


The EV marketplace is complex, we all know there are benefits but cars are changing all the time and don’t always perform as well as they should. How are you to know what will actually be the best fit for your business?

Modern electric vehicles have realistic ranges of close to 300 miles and rival the performance of conventional sports cars. Yet others may only have a realistic range of 140 miles.

Working out which vehicles represent the best value for your business depends on how each vehicle is going to be used, charged and costs. With the industry fast-evolving knowing what works can be difficult and requires constant updates.


‘We can assess your operating requirements, existing vehicle strategy and the EV market to provide you with the best solution.’


The electric future begins now

We all know that there will be no new petrol or diesel cars from 2030. Electric Vehicle (EV) sales increased by 144% in 2019 and increased dramatically in 2020 with new models being released all the time, realistic ranges over 200 miles and 0% Benefit in Kind (BiK) tax company car schemes will have to seriously consider moving to electric vehicles.

Whilst employees benefit from 0% BiK, employers can achieve major National Insurance savings, providing both companies and drivers with considerable saving opportunities.

Grants and subsidies are available to support EV purchasing and at work charging, but how do you know what vehicles works best for you?

Our system models a range of budgets and operational requirements to calculate what is best for your business and your employees. We will recommend a strategy, range of vehicles and estimate cost, energy and carbon savings.


A trusted partner

Our expertise in procurement, energy efficiency, utility connections and sustainability make us well placed to evaluate electric vehicle opportunities.

We can asses your existing strategy, current vehicles and operational requirements to identify the best EV strategy for your business. Our team can model the costs and operational savings from electric vehicles to tell you which vehicles are the best fit for your fleet and calculate CO2, energy and cost savings to help you to make the best decision.


Incentives & benefits



  • National Insurance savings
  • Fuel cost savings
  • CO2 reductions
  • Energy reductions
  • Green credentials


  • Benefit in Kind savings
  • Fewer parts = less maintenance
  • Cheaper to drive


Driving the change:

  • Company car drivers travel an average of 17,500 miles per
    day. Twice the average private driver.
  • Oxford city centre is set to become the UK’s first Zero Emission Zone.
  • Transport is the largest-emitting sector of the UK economy, responsible for 28% of UK greenhouse gas emission.




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