Sunny days shrink carbon footprint in Lansing, MI.
Solar-Powered Charging Station Powers City Utility’s EV Fleet The city of Lansing, MI, installs a 5-kW electric-vehicle charging station powered by solar energy. The facility is designed to generate enough energy to recharge the fleet of the Lansing Board of Water & Light public utility for 25 years. It will reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by more than 115 tons (105 t), according to supplier Giulio Barbieri of Ferraro, Italy. The project was developed by Guilio ...
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