Register to join our webinar on 6/21 and learn all about MAPC's Green Mobility Group Purchasing Program!
Green Mobility Group Purchasing Program 201 Webinar
June 21, 2:30PM - 3:30PM
Interested in saving money and the environment this summer? Convert your fleet's
vans, buses, or trash trucks to clean fuels by participating in MAPC's Green Mobility Group Purchasing Program! Join our webinar on
Wednesday, June 21, from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM, to learn more about this program.
During the webinar, MAPC will provide an update on the
Green Mobility Group Purchasing Program and immediate next steps for how public entities can convert these types of vehicles. Attendees will also hear directly from the conversion technology vendors on the statewide contract, VEH102, and learn about:
Municipal applications of the technologies
Day-to-day operations and maintenance impacts
Fuel and cost savings potential
After the presentations, attendees will have the opportunity to engage in Q&A with the presenters.
WHAT is MAPC's Green Mobility Group Purchasing Program?
The Green Mobility Group Purchasing Program aims to support municipalities and other public entities in the transition of their fleets to clean fuels. The Program aims to reduce the amount of time needed to purchase clean vehicle technologies - and to get the best prices from vendors by buying in bulk.
WHO is eligible to participate in the Program?
All public entities in Massachusetts, and nationwide, are eligible.
WHICH vehicles can I convert as a part of the Program?
The first round of the Program is focused on VANS and
SHUTTLE BUSES of the following makes/models: Ford E450, Chevrolet Express, Ford Transit 150, Ford Transit 250, Ford Transit 350, and Ford Transit Connect. The second round of the Program will focus on TRASH TRUCKS and SCHOOL BUSES. Specific makes/models TBD.
WHEN will the Program take place?
The first round of the Program will be taking place
June/July 2017. The second round of the program is planned to take place
Fall 2017/Winter 2018.
WHERE can I get more information on MAPC's Clean Vehicle projects?