Electrify your fleet
Transparent pricing at parity with Diesel Trucks
Easy to use the driver-oriented app with all the info you need
World-class green technology guaranteeing our trucks can fulfill your routes
We put you in the center of our system, and we provide you with:
WattEV is building electric infrastructure and allows carriers to expand their fleet with electric trucks with the same cost of ownership as for diesel fleet, and to drive more sustainable supply chains.
Turn-key access to Class 8 electric trucks
If you are thinking of expanding your business and "decarbonizing" it but want to have the same price for the truck as big carriers - then WattEV has something for you. Enjoy owning a brand-new electric truck with the same cost of ownership as for diesel one!
Fill in the form so that we can know you better and you can join our cohort of Carriers with the electric fleet.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are the carrier in the CA region and will be doing intermodal then you will have to deal with port regulations that will accept electric trucks only. Think ahead not to lose and even gain clients." change to " If you are a California-based carrier and handle Port or Intermodal loads, then you need to understand the future of drayage regulations. All drayage trucks are required to be zero-emission by 2035. Think ahead, don't lose your clients, and grow your business instead.
Why should I care about electric trucks?
At WattEV we provide you with the same cost of ownership for the electric truck as for a new diesel one. We achieve this by the economy of scale to offer you a competitive price as well as by the lower maintenance and "fuel" costs.
What is the total cost of ownership for an electric truck?
WattEV offeWattEV has 4 charge depots in the following cities: Bakersfield, Gardena, San Bernardino, and Buttonwillow, CA. Future site plans along I-5 Sacramento, I-15 Barstow, and I-10 near CA/AZ border.
Where will I charge my trucks?
Approximately 90 min (80% charging at 250kW).
How long does it take for the truck to reach a full charge?
Approximately 38,000 LBS in a 40’ container and 40,000LBS in a 53’ Dry Van.
What is the max weight a customer can load in a container or trailer to be hauled by this type of truck?
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on par with diesel operations.
needed to swap the trucks - the downtime is on us!