Town of Plattsburgh puts Clean Energy award to work

July, 2018

PLATTSBURGH — With a $100,000 award from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, the Town of Plattsburgh is investing in projects aimed to deliver immediate and long-term energy and greenhouse gas emission savings.

The town earned the funding by qualifying as a Clean Energy Community, the first in Clinton County.

PLUG-IN HYBRID

As part of that initiative, the town has added to its fleet a 2018 Honda Clarity plug-in hybrid.

The town paid $35,000 for the vehicle, known as a PHEV, or battery electric (EV) car, which has a 200-plus mile range and is being used as a staff commute vehicle.

"This will reduce fuel costs and save GHG emissions," Town Supervisor Michael Cashman said in a press release.

"The town will wrap the vehicle with the town logo and NYSERDA Clean Energy Community logo to help promote the mission to the greater public."

Read the full article in the Press-Republican

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