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Tennessee Golf Courses Go Electric

The state anticipates $80,000 in annual savings and the reduction of 350,000 lbs. of carbon dioxide emissions per year thanks to its battery-electric golf carts.

Tenn. Fleet Refutes $10M Budget Overage Accusation

The State of Tennessee Department of General Services is defending its fleet management operation after a local news agency accused the state of consistently spending $10 million over budget every year since it began outsourcing fleet.

Tennessee’s Killer Fog

Tennessee is approaching the 25th anniversary of one of the state's deadliest multi-vehicle collisions, which involved dense fog. Here's a report from WTVC News Channel 9. For the fleet safety tip on driving in fog, click here.  

$27M in Air Quality Grants Given to Tenn.

The Tennessee Department of Transportation will distribute $27 million in federal grant money to local public agencies to reduce congestion and improve air quality, Commissioner John Schroer has announced.

Tennessee Golf Course Purchases All-Electric Equipment

Using funds provided by the Clean Tennessee Energy Grant program, a State of Tennessee-operated golf course replaced gasoline-powered equipment with battery-powered options including greens and approach mowers, bunker rakes, greens rollers, and utility vehicles.