A green initiative doesn’t have to be about meeting government regulations. It can also save money, and the Atlanta-based construction services company BMC sees a lot of potential in going green.
The 2nd annual Global Cleantech 100 Ones to Watch list highlights a group of upcoming companies that are catching the eye of leading players in the market.
Electric vehicle technology has been around for over 100 years, but it wasn’t until the introduction of the Prius that an electrified vehicle (hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or battery electric vehicle) was able to break through with significant sales.
BMC, an Atlanta-based provider of building materials and construction services, has retrofitted its Ford E-350 step vans with XL Hybrids' XL3 Hybrid Electric Drive System.
Campus vehicle management moves forward tackling age-old campus transit concerns with green solutions and technology
There are two indications of the growing use of the hybrid electric powertrain for new and existing Class 2 to 6 commercial vehicles offered by XL Hybrids Inc. One is the recent announcement that the company raised $10.5 million in venture funding.
Hybrid conversation cuts fuel usage by 30%.