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North Carolina City Considers Buying 55 More EVs

North Carolina City Considers Buying 55 More EVs

The City of Charlotte, North Carolina, is considering a $1.45 million investment in electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and a purchase of 55 electric vehicles for the fleet.

May 3, 2022

New York County Announces Earth Day EV Purchase
North Carolina City, County Reveal Decals for Low-Emission Vehicles
Get a First Look at NYPD's New Ford Mustang Mach-E
Maryland Legislature Passes Bill to Establish ZEV State Fleet
Fuel Surcharge Will Fund City's EV Infrastructure
Houston to Buy Nearly 100 EVs

Houston to Buy Nearly 100 EVs

Each electric vehicle is expected to save the city approximately $16,000 in total cost of operation and reduce tailpipe and upstream greenhouse gas emissions.

March 2, 2022

Texas City Purchases F-150 Lightning Electric Trucks
Georgia City Rolls Out Electric Vehicle Fleet

Georgia City Rolls Out Electric Vehicle Fleet

Savannah city employees now have 21 electric vehicles and 91 hybrid vehicles. The city plans to switch to 100% clean electricity by 2035, and clean energy citywide by 2050.

January 14, 2022

NYC Invests $420M in Fleet Electrification
NYC Deploys Solar-Powered EV Chargers

NYC Deploys Solar-Powered EV Chargers

The units are designed to be flood-proof to 9.5 feet, wind-rated to 120 mph, and feature an emergency power panel to serve fleet operators during grid failures and extreme weather events.

December 8, 2021

Oregon Municipality Acquires Electric Street Sweeper
GSA Offers Electric Ambulances from REV Group

GSA Offers Electric Ambulances from REV Group

The addition of zero-emissions ambulances to the GSA contract is well-timed, with the recent passing of the federal infrastructure bill that contained significant investments in support of electric vehicles.

December 3, 2021

9 Government Fleets Commit to ZEVs

9 Government Fleets Commit to ZEVs

Government fleets in California, New York, and Washington are among those that have announced their commitment to convert to zero-emission vehicles by 2040.

December 1, 2021

Michigan City Accepts $1.4M Grant to Enhance Emissions-Reducing Fleet
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