The Insights dashboard from Booster gives fleet managers a comprehensive insight into their energy and equipment utilization, including labor cost reductions, vehicle refueling patterns, wear and tear, and energy consumption.
FREMONT, CA: Booster, the technology platform for mobile energy delivery, has announced the 2020 energy usage and emissions results from its fleet services. Using Booster Insights, Booster's proprietary fleet telematics technology, the company helped over 650 of its customers save an annual cumulative $12.5 million in energy costs, avoid 500,000 vehicle miles traveled, and avert over 3 million pounds of CO2 emissions.
The Insights dashboard from Booster gives fleet managers a comprehensive insight into their energy and equipment utilization, including labor cost reductions, vehicle refueling patterns, wear and tear, and energy consumption. The Insights tool combines with Booster's mobile energy delivery platform and Booster's own IoT-connected, data-tracking fuelling vehicles, based on a variety of indicators.
As per Insights, each Booster user saved over $19,000 in 2020 on average. They also saved about 750 work hours (time spent not driving to and from petrol stations), 5,300 car miles traveled, and 4,700 pounds of CO2 emissions.
"More than ever, the world runs on vehicle fleets. Managing fleets has never been more complex given today's labor shortages, heightened customer expectations, and critical sustainability targets," stated Frank Mycroft, CEO and co-founder, Booster. "Booster Insights provides fleet managers with the data and intelligence necessary to manage energy and energy-related labor costs, so that our clients can make better decisions, keep costs down, and advance their sustainability goals."