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AT&T Switching to Renewable Vehicles

AT&T recently announced a new initiative to create a fleet of new vehicles powered by alternative fuels.  The goal of AT&T is to add 15,000 new vehicles powered by hydrogen, electricity and natural gas over the next ten years.  The project is estimated to cost the large telecommunications company approximately $565 million.

The first step taken by AT&T was the purchase and use of 150 alternative fuel vehicles to be used by their operating companies.  This fleet is in use in California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio and Texas.  The nationwide initiative is focused on reducing the companies reliance on foreign oil, while also improving their social responsibility image.  Please view the video below, produced by AT&T, explaining more completely the renewable fuel initiative for the vehicle fleet.

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