Plug-in hybrids: Smart strategies for reducing pollution—why location and charging time matter
From press release
Join the Environmental Law and Policy Center at 10 a.m., Jan. 20, for a special Webinar briefing featuring ELPC Executive Director Howard Learner and Policy Advocate Madeleine Weil about how strategies for locations and time of charging are necessary to make plug-in hybrid vehicles a key part of the solution to global warming pollution problems.
Plug-in hybrid vehicles are next-generation clean cars that run primarily on electricity. Smart strategies focus on tapping into low-carbon and low-cost electricity supplies to charge these cars to reduce global warming pollution and dependence on foreign oil.
Northern Illinois is one of the best potential markets for plug-in hybrids, and ELPC is focusing on coalition building and strategies to create centers for these clean cars and green jobs of the future. Join ELPC Jan. 20 for a 30-minute Webinar to discuss plug-in hybrid strategies that will benefit the environment, consumers and the economy.
Visit the Environmental Law and Protection Center’s Web site at http://elpc.org/ for more information.
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