* Utilities to convert company vehicle fleets * See all plug-in hybrid or electric by 2020 NEW YORK, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Two utilities, FPL Group Inc and Duke Energy Corp , said on Thursday they plan to convert all their company cars and trucks to plug-in hybrid or all-electric vehicles by 2020. The joint commitment represents more than 10,000 vehicles and a $600 million investment for manufacturers to produce viable plug-in electric vehicles, the companies said in a statement at a ...
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