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Coca-Cola, PepsiCo Expand Fleet Efficiency Efforts

Coca-Cola and PepsiCo continue to find new ways to reduce their reliance on high-carbon fuels, improve their fleets' fuel efficiency, and maintain a level of transparency with the reporting of this information.

13 Corporations Agree to Reduce Carbon Footprint

Thirteen large corporations have signed the White House's American Business Act on Climate Pledge, with companies such as UPS, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo using "greener" fleets to help meet carbon footprint goals.

Coca-Cola to Provide EV Charging in California

The Coca-Cola Company will provide electric vehicle (EV) charging at seven of its facilities across California. NRG eVgo, a subsidiary of NRG Energy, Inc., will install and manage the charging stations to provide workplace charging for Coca-Cola employees with EVs, the company announced.

Coca-Cola Beefs Up Hybrid Van Fleet

The Coca-Cola Company plans to more than double the number of hybrid full-size vans in its service fleet by early 2015 and eventually reach a 10 percent replacement level for the fleet.

XL Hybrids Reaches 1M Fleet Miles

XL Hybrids, Inc. has announced that fleet customers employing the XL3 hybrid electric system in their service, delivery and cargo fleets have driven a combined total of one million miles within the first six months of commercial production.

XL Hybrids and Knapheide Mark Completion of 100th Fleet Powertrain Installation

XL Hybrids, Inc., developer of hybrid electric powertrains for commercial vans and trucks, and Knapheide Manufacturing Company, a commercial vehicle equipment providers in North America, have announced that Knapheide has completed more than 100 installations of XL Hybrids’ XL3 powertrain on fleet vehicles.

Coca-Cola's Hybrid Delivery Vans Bring Fuel Savings

Coca-Cola partnered with XL Hybrids to upfit 100 Chevrolet Express service vans with the XL3 parallel hybrid-electric drive system. The new system will increase the miles the beverage company is able to drive per gallon by 20 to 25 percent.