Electrifying Pizza Delivery

Domino’s Pizza Plans To Have Nearly 900 Electric Vehicles Nationwide By The End Of This Year, Including 24 At Its Seven Michigan Locations Powered By Consumers Energy

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Consumers Energy is providing rebates for electric vehicle (EV) chargers at seven Domino’s Pizza locations in west and mid-Michigan that will serve customers with EVs. The energy provider is working with more than 50 Michigan-based businesses, schools, and hospitals making the generational shift to clean, carbon-free transportation.

“We are thrilled to see Domino’s Pizza take a leadership role and provide an example for others as they upgrade their fleet across Michigan with electric vehicles,” said Lauren Snyder, Consumers Energy’s vice president of customer experience. “Like other Michigan businesses, Domino’s is showing that EVs protect the planet and are a sound business decision.”

Consumers Energy provided rebates and expertise to help install EV chargers at each of the seven Domino’s locations through its PowerMIFleet program. PowerMIFleet helps fleet owners and operators reduce operating costs, eliminate emissions, and simplify vehicle maintenance by transitioning to EVs.

“Domino’s is excited to lead the charge when it comes to pizza delivery,” said Eric Arntson, franchise owner of the Domino’s Pizza locations. “Using EVs makes sense as vehicle technology continues to evolve. We’re beyond thrilled to offer electric delivery to customers and reduce our environmental impact, one delivery at a time.”

Domino’s Pizza is rolling out EVs across the country. The company plans to have nearly 900 EVs nationwide by the end of this year, including 24 at its seven Michigan locations Consumers Energy is powering.

Consumers Energy is working to power 1 million EVs in the Michigan communities it serves by 2030.

Consumers Energy is fueling the EV transformation in other ways. It has provided more than 3000 incentives and rebates for EV charging across Michigan and is working to install 200 more public and overnight chargers by next year.