Charging speed: Fast charging stations may be needed for fleets that require quick turnaround times, while slower charging stations may be more appropriate for fleets that do not need to charge their vehicles as quickly.
The slower charging stations will be more cost-effective. For example: if the vehicles are used during the day for short distances, charging them through the night with a slower charge will be less costly for the electricity and the purchase of a slower charger.
Charging capacity: The charging capacity of the stations should be able to meet the demand of the fleet. For example, larger fleets may require higher-capacity charging stations to ensure all vehicles can be charged in an efficient manner to be ready for use.
Connectivity and software: The charging stations should be compatible with the vehicles in the fleet and have reliable software to ensure the charging process runs smoothly.
Durability and reliability: The charging stations should be able to withstand heavy usage and harsh environmental conditions. Consider heat and/or freezing temperatures.
Cost-effectiveness: The cost of the charging stations and their installation should be considered to ensure they are affordable and provide good return on investment.