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November 2014, Government Fleet - Feature

Do Anti-Idling Technologies Work?

Photo courtesy of iStock

By Shelley Mika

Four fleets share their experiences with anti-idling devices on patrol cars and trucks — and their plans for the future.

Tags: City of Columbus, Idle Reduction, Reducing Fuel Costs, Clark Public Utilities, North Carolina DOT

June 2013, Government Fleet - Feature

Shutting Off Idling Engines

The Omaha Public Power District fleet consists of 1,441 vehicles and equipment. Mike Donahue, manager of transportation and construction, uses various methods to reduce fuel use. Photo courtesy of OPPD

By Cindy Brauer

In the pursuit of fuel-cost reduction, engine idling is a bulls-eye target. An Omaha utility employs a number of measures to hit that target, including mobile power units and hybrid-electric technology.

Tags: Energy Xtreme, Omaha Public Power District, Idle Reduction

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