Dec 8, 2021
Supporting company vehicle fleets towards diesel ending
TANKYOU offers solutions to safely and efficiently switch from diesel to low-carbon energies
A soft transition
Transition vs. Revolution: the companies long time
The European Union and France set ambitious targets for mobility decarbonization by 2050 to achieve carbon neutrality. These objectives are supported by strict regulations although the European fleet consists of +300M of vehicles, mostly (+90%) still diesel or petrol. So we’ll have to transit, and quickly. However, companies' time is not short: most of them amortize or lease their vehicles over periods of 3 to 10 years. They are therefore engaged over long periods. In addition, the TCO control (Total Cost of Ownership) remains a major challenge for corporate vehicle fleets. Changing energy is taking a leap into the unknown: is a NGV vehicle used in the same way as a diesel? What will be my electric vehicles consumption? My vehicles resale value? And even more generally what is the best energy for my activity?Thanks to our technology, we provide our customers clear transition roadmap to switch from their diesel vehicles to low-carbon vehicles. And our mobile energy units allow our customers a simple, immediate, efficient and secure access to all mobility energies. For a soft transition rather than a strong transition.
Feb 28, 2023
Women-men professionnal equality
Find all the necessary information on women-men equal opportunities at TANKYOU
Sep 19, 2022
BioNGV to rescue heavy mobility
Why BioNGV is the most credible short-term alternative for trucks, buses, etc.
Sep 8, 2022
Green, blue, yellow or grey: hydrogen gives us a hard time!
Learn about all hydrogen colors!
Apr 28, 2022
TANKYOU accelerates energy transition with NGV
Natural Gas for Vehicles is now available for corporate fleets.
Mar 2, 2022
Words of collaborators
We give the floor to our employees. Today, it is our Lille team leader turn.
Oct 5, 2021
Mobility energy transition: why does it stall?
What are the obstacles that slow down mobility energy transition?