XL Reinforces Sustainable Fleet Accreditation for University of Virginia

Wed June 26, 2019 - National Edition
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Since 2018, UVA’s recycling and maintenance divisions have been using Super Duty Ford F-250 trucks and a Ford Transit equipped with the XLH hybrid electric drive system to enable their work trucks to be 25 percent more fuel efficient and produce 20 percent fewer CO2 emissions. In February, UVA added XLH Ford E-350 cutaway box trucks to its facilities management fleet and is expecting similar results.
Since 2018, UVA’s recycling and maintenance divisions have been using Super Duty Ford F-250 trucks and a Ford Transit equipped with the XLH hybrid electric drive system to enable their work trucks to be 25 percent more fuel efficient and produce 20 percent fewer CO2 emissions. In February, UVA added XLH Ford E-350 cutaway box trucks to its facilities management fleet and is expecting similar results.

XL, a leader in vehicle electrification solutions for commercial and municipal fleets, has announced that its XLH hybrid electric drive technology is being used by the University of Virginia (UVA) to green its recycling and maintenance fleets. The cleaner fleet vehicles contributed to the university receiving the prestigious Sustainable Fleet Accreditation from the National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA) and Calstart in January. In doing so, the university's facilities management fleet became the first university fleet in Virginia to receive this accreditation.

"We congratulate the University of Virginia on its Sustainable Fleet Accreditation, and we're proud that our hybrid electric drive systems could help them achieve that honor," said Tod Hynes, founder and CEO of XL. "UVA is a great example of a forward-thinking university that recognizes the importance of sustainability in their fleet operations, and they continue to invest in technologies that deliver value and reduce emissions."

Since 2018, UVA's recycling and maintenance divisions have been using Super Duty Ford F-250 trucks and a Ford Transit equipped with the XLH hybrid electric drive system to enable their work trucks to be 25 percent more fuel efficient and produce 20 percent fewer CO2 emissions. In February, UVA added XLH Ford E-350 cutaway box trucks to its facilities management fleet and is expecting similar results.

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