Duke Energy pledges to electrify vehicle fleet by 2030

The move is expected to reduce 60,000 metric tons of carbon emissions a year

Duke Energy has made a commitment convert 100% of its light-duty fleet to electric vehicles (EVs) by 2030.

It also plans to electrify 50% of its combined fleet of medium-duty, heavy-duty and off-road vehicles over the next 10 years.

That includes converting nearly 4,000 light-duty vehicles and around 6,000 of the latter vehicles to zero carbon alternatives.

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