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Pepsi Plans to Electrify Its Vehicle Fleet to Meet Sustainability Goals

PepsiCo places a lot of importance on its fleet. It transports the company’s products around the world, using a network of 70,000 fleet assets in North America alone.

As one of the largest U.S.-based purchasers of renewable energy, PepsiCo, Inc. is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions with the goal of making an immediate impact on the fight against climate change. To meet these goals, the company will need to add many electric cars to its fleet.

PepsiCo has announced plans to reduce emissions by 75% by 2030, which will necessitate a complete overhaul of the company's fleet management strategies.

Frito-Modesto, Lay's California plant has already implemented a variety of zero-emission and near-zero-emission technologies, including the use of 60 zero-emission vehicles and renewable natural gas. The company’s investments in zero-emission technology have successfully reduced the fleet greenhouse gas emissions at its distribution center by 53%.

PepsiCo is now rolling out Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicles in its PFNA Class 8 tractor fleet. However, the company faces several challenges as it expands its electric vehicle fleet, including insufficient battery technology, integration with existing technology and technological advancements, as well as employee training.[1]

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