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- This year Energy Xtreme was awarded and has implemented a $700,000 grant contract through NSOE (Nevada State Office of Energy) to improve fuel efficiency with various agencies across the State of Nevada.
Energy Xtreme participated in the NTEA show in March 2011 by displaying our U36 Bucket Truck system and was voted unanimously by 37 voters for the Work Truck Show Green Award.
- Through the U.S. Department of Defense, Energy Xtreme has been supporting the AEWA (Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment) in an ongoing program down in Fort Benning.
- Yellow Cab has been “cleaning” its fleet for about 2 years now. At this point, over 300 of their 500 taxis are either hybrid vehicles or converted to run on CNG (compressed natural gas). Recently we opened our own CNG station at our lot at 1200 Mississippi St in San Francisco and we sell fuel to both taxicabs and the general public.
- In 2011 Yellow Cab intends to reduce its carbon footprint to a 1990 level while at the same time increasing its fleet size by over 100 percent.
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