TOWN OF WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – National Grid is on the road to converting part of its vehicle fleet from combustion to electric engines.
The company plans to switch its pickup trucks, SUVS, passenger cars, and vans by 2030. That’s almost 5,800 hundred vehicles.
Kerry Martin is helping spearhead the project and says some electric passenger cars are already in use.
Martin acknowledges the hurdles in converting the fleet, like finding vehicles that can hold a charge, especially when traveling to rural and snowy areas.
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