In efforts to create cleaner air for the Charlotte region, the city is working to have 100% of its vehicle fleet and facilities fueled by zero-carbon sources by 2030.
Charlotte City Council approved a pilot program between Charlotte Area Transit System and eTransenergy back in 2018. They're hoping this program will help them meet their goal to make Charlotte a low-carbon city by 2050.
"We haven’t been doing the work for decades, so there is a lot to do in a short period of time," Eric Zaverl, with Sustain Charlotte, said.
He said to help combat a problem that’s been ongoing for years, they’re advocating for smart land use and transportation choices.
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