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State of Sustainable Fleets Report Finds Fleets Are Accelerating Use of Clean Vehicles

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May 9, 2022

In the third annual report, transportation fleets continued to report a resounding trend — their use of clean fuels and advanced vehicle technologies is rapidly progressing.

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Report confirms operational benefits and sustainability commitments continue to drive growth in the clean technology market for fleets.

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State Of Sustainable Fleets Finds Fleets Are Accelerating Use Of Clean Vehicles

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Report authors surveyed nearly 250 U.S.-based fleets that have used clean fuels and vehicles including propane vehicles, compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles, battery-electric vehicles, or fuel cell electric vehicles.

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The use of clean fuels and advanced vehicle technologies is rapidly progressing, according to a recent survey of 250 fleets. Fleets cited their move toward environmental sustainability and carbon reduction.

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The 2021 State of Sustainable Fleets report, authored by Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA), confirmed that even in an extreme outlier year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, fleets increased orders and deliveries for natural gas and battery-electric vehicles, as well as for lower-carbon renewable fuels.

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