By Tim Healey The city of Denver is planning to add 200 more EVs to its fleet by the year 2020.
According to The Denver Post, the plan will save the city an estimated $800,000 over the next 10 years, as well as cutting 2,300 metric tons of emissions over the lifetimes of the vehicles.
Right now, Denver has just three EVs in its fleet. Starting in 2018, the city will start replacing out-of-service cars with the EVs.
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“Ultimately, it’s going to have a lot of benefits
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