Electric Vehicle

The world’s largest bakery company has been transitioning to the usage of electric vehicles for their fleet, aiming to have over 4,000 units by 2024..
This initiative is geared towards meeting sustainability goals by reducing the carbon footprint of its operations and generating operational efficiencies, thereby increasing productivity in the last mile of their products.


This transition impacts the operations of their sustainable sales centers in several ways. At first, infrastructure for electric vehicle charging stations were incorporated. Likewise, distributed energy generation was added with photovoltaic plants to replace the energy demand in the fleet’s charging. Systems were also required to manage and provide information on the status of vehicle chargers, as well as the energy (fuel) cost associated with each one.


Management of electric vehicle fleet in sustainable sales centers, ensuring full charging with the most cost-effective energy, guaranteeing process reliability, and providing information to users.

S2G Energy Solution

Implementation of smart controllers and IoT sensors to measure energy consumption, coupled with the development of a user-centric platform. Strategy designed to charge electric vehicles during the most cost-effective energy hours.


Reducing energy consumption during high-cost periods. Intelligent control of charging infrastructure for staggered startup, avoiding power peaks.


28% decrease in charging cost per electric vehicle

Impacto 1

A 7% reduction in the total energy cost at the distribution center

Impacto 2

+1,000 vehicles under management

Impacto 3