Companies increasingly are buying electric cars and trucks to replace gas and diesel-powered vehicles to move goods and people. This week, the non-profit The Climate Group released an annual report reviewing the progress that companies have made committing to electrify their fleets and to build out charging infrastructure for employees’ EVs. The group says 31 companies have committed to its EV100 program, and there are company pledges to convert 145,000 vehicles to electric by 2030. ...
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