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Green Fleet: Toyota, Ford, Nissan, PECO, ClipperCreek, Clean Air Power

Toyota’s first commercial zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle will be on display at the 2014 Aspen Ideas Festival before going on sale in early 2015 in the Japanese domestic market. The sedan will be available in the summer of 2015 in both Europe and in the state of California. … Read more »

Fuel Tech Acquires Air Pollution Control Firms

Fuel Tech has acquired two air pollution control technology companies, Cleveland Roll Forming Environmental Division and FGC Corporation, through stock purchase agreements for total cash consideration of $7.25 million and $1.0 million, respectively. The transactions with both privately held companies (collectively, PECO-FGC) closed April 30. PECO’s products and services include … Read more »

Exelon Beats GHG Goal 7 Years Early

Exelon says it reduced or avoided more than 18 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions in 2013, surpassing its goal of eliminating 17.5 million metric tons of GHG emissions per year by 2020. The company achieved the goal established by its Exelon 2020 program seven years earlier than planned … Read more »

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Utility Rolls Smart Meters to 1.6 Million Customers

Philadelphia-based utility PECO has installed about 700,000 smart meters across its service territory since March 2012 and will complete the deployment of smart meters to all 1.6 million its customers, both residential and commercial, by the end of 2014 – five years ahead of its original schedule. Pursuant to Pennsylvania … Read more »

Peco Ditches Sensus Smart Meters, Resumes Installation in PA

Peco Energy has said it will resume its Philadelphia-area smart-meter installation project, which the company suspended in August after several incidents in which the electronic devices overheated and caught fire. The utility company is, however, ditching meter manufacturer Sensus, whose devices were linked to two serious house fires in which … Read more »

EV Project Offers Free Blink Chargers to Commercial Sites in Three Cities

Clean electric transportation and storage technologies provider ECOtality said that it will offer its Blink smart charging stations free to commercial host sites and residents of Chicago, Atlanta and the greater Philadelphia area, as part of its expansion of The EV Project, a public-private research initiative with the Department of … Read more »