Washington’s largest utility has added 110 XL hybrid vehicles to date in its effort to cut its carbon footprint in half by 2040.
Municipalities and utilities along the US West Coast have been among the most active in the nation in reducing the environmental impact of their fleet vehicles to meet state, city and organization-wide emissions reductions targets.
The Commercial Technology of the Year award recognizes companies for practically applying new technology in the pursuit of efficiency, business advantage and profit.
Sacramento and XL will help spotlight hybrid electric fleet vehicles during the NorCal Clean Technology Forum & Expo, October 16-18 in California.
XL CEO and founder Tod Hynes remarked, “75 million miles driven is a major accomplishment which sets us apart from other fleet vehicle electrification solutions. We’re very proud of our team and technology as well as the financial and environmental benefits we’ve helped deliver to our customers. Above all, this milestone reflects the great work our customers do every day, as well as their commitment to sustainable fleet operations.”
Fleet electrification leader provides California organizations with the most CARB-approved electrified fleet vehicle options in the industry.
Frodl currently serves on the board of directors as well as the nominating and governance committee and risk committee for Renewable Energy Group, Inc.
Hybrid electric passenger vans provide public, paratransit transportation in Oregon.
The orders represent the first hybrid electric cargo and passenger van purchases for Los Angeles County and the City of Long Beach.
PSE selected XL’s fleet electrification technology for its 40 new cleaner and more fuel-efficient Ford Transit utility vans, which hit the streets earlier this year.