New Resource on Campus Fleets with Hybrid Vehicles
AASHE has a new members-only resource featuring a list of campuses with hybrid vehicles in their fleets. This resource accompanies two other resources on campuses with electric and biodiesel vehicles in their fleets. Many campuses are making a transition to more efficient fleet vehicles in an effort to save money on fuel costs and lessen their impact on the environment.
Through the purchase of new hybrids to replace less efficient vehicles, institutions of all types are making an effort to transition to cleaner fleets. For example, Ball State University has 19 hybrid cars and 6 hybrid buses in its fleet. Northern Illinois University has 40 hybrids in its fleet, which contribute to the university saving 38,000 gallons of fuel a year.
What are some of the ways your campus has benefited from adding hybrids to its fleet?
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