(Repeats column from May 28 with no changes to text) By John Kemp LONDON, May 29 (Reuters) - If any organisation has the incentive and the scale to roll out a fleet of alternative vehicles, it should be the United States Postal Service (USPS). The post office operates the largest civilian vehicle fleet in the world, with more than 210,000 vehicles travelling almost 1.3 billion miles a year. The agency has a powerful reason to switch from expensive petroleum-derived fuels as rising fuel ...
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