We know why you're not ready and we understand.
We address the single biggest reason you haven't converted your fleet to electric.
We've Got 1 word: Time. Also Money... and Knowledge. Oh, and Infrastructure.
Maybe you've been tasked with converting your fleet and don't know where to start. Maybe your company is fighting the conversion because they don't believe it's time. Maybe you just can't get electric vehicles. Pollen was created for all of these reasons.
Pollen will design, install and monitor the charging infrastructure for one flat monthly fee.
No Up-Front Costs.
You won't have to come up with a lump sum of money. Pollen operates on a monthly billing cycle so you can keep your money working for you business.
We Figure It Out.
There is a lot of information out there. You don't have to worry about any of it because we've already done the work for you.
Building an EV infrastructure from scratch sounds like a nightmare (it was). Our expert team has developed a copy/paste operation to get you up and running in a fraction of the time.
Companies across the world are making a commitment to convert to Clean Energy.
California enacts Executive Order N-79-20. Committing to 100% Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEVs) by 2035. • New York follows suit with similar mandate to 100% ZEV by 2040.
32% of US customers now prioritize companies that are actively working to reduce environmental impacts.
Sales of passenger electric vehicles (EVs) rose 39% in 2020, while internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle sales declined by 14%.
Adding EV charging infrastructure to your parking facilities is also a good way to meet corporate sustainability goals.
ZEV & PHEV Percentage of New Vehicles
Industry average monthly petrol costs are $535.
Other maintenance and needs for ICE estimate at or above $50/month.
EVs, have maintenance costs that are 30% lower than ICE vehicles.
Ready to Get Started?
Pollen helps you plan, install and launch networked electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions on a flat monthly fee. We'll reach out with all the information you need.
Identify site for charging and negotiate contract with landlord. (1-7days)
Site survey with electrician and estimator. (1 wk)
Work with local utilities for service review. (1-2wks)
File and await for permits. (1-4wks)
Utilities construct upgrade. (1-2 wks)
Charging equipment and components installed. (1wk)
We understand that sometimes you don't know the exact number of vans you need, but coming up short can mean thousands of dollars in losses every day. We're here to make sure you don't have the burden of finding a vehicle, scheduling with an upfitter, wasting time figuring out signage and organizing delivery.