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  • April 26, 2021 Green Fleet – San Diego Launches Solar-Powered EV Charging Stations The EV ARC is designed to fit inside a 9x8 parking space and can park on top of the ballast pad so no parking area is wasted. It can fuel up to five vehicles at a time. Transportation continues to be the largest source of local emissions and the city has established several goals to shift vehicle fuels from gasoline to electricity and other alternatives. It also sets goals to increase the use of public transportation, biking, and walking as alternatives to driving.
  • April 26, 2021 City of San Diego Launches New Electric Vehicle Solar-Powered Charging Stations The City of San Diego has launched a pilot program that will use solar power to charge the city’s electric vehicle fleet. “The EV ARC solar EV charging stations will allow the city to take advantage of San Diego’s most plentiful natural resource and reduce emissions from city operations that harm human health and contribute to the climate crisis,” said Mayor Todd Gloria.
  • April 26, 2021 Government Fleet – San Diego Launches Solar-Powered EV Charging Stations As part of the City of San Diego's climate action goal of halving its greenhouse gas emissions by 2035, it has deployed two of Beam Global's Electric Vehicle Autonomous Renewable Charger (EV ARC) solar-powered charging systems. Over the next six months, the pilot program will use solar power to charge the citie’s electric vehicle fleet and provide emergency preparedness assets. Mayor Todd Gloria revealed the news at a press conference on April 22 featuring 10 new Chevrolet Bolt EV fleet vehicles, one law enforcement Ford Interceptor Hybrid, and one fire department Ford Interceptor Hybrid, as well as the Beam Global charging systems.
  • April 22, 2021 City of San Diego Begins Pilot Program to Charge Vehicles With Solar Power SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Mayor Todd Gloria announced a pilot program Thursday that will use solar power to charge San Diego’s municipal electric vehicle fleet as part of his climate action goal to cut the city’s greenhouse gas emissions 50% by 2035. The city is partnering with Sorrento Valley-based Beam Global to evaluate its Electric Vehicle Autonomous Renewable Charger for the next six months. “This program allows the city to continue making progress on our Climate Action Plan while saving taxpayer dollars,” Gloria said. “The EV ARC solar EV charging stations will allow the city to take advantage of San Diego’s most plentiful natural resource and reduce emissions from city operations that harm human health and contribute to the climate crisis.”
  • April 22, 2021 San Diego Launches Pilot Program to Charge the City’s Fleet of Electric Vehicles “To find a project like this where you don’t have to do construction, trenching and all of that, and you can use the sun as a way to produce electricity is a great idea for me,” said San Diego City Councilwoman Marni von Wilpert, who is also chair of the city’s Active Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
  • April 22, 2021 Earth Day, April 22, 2021 Environmentally Friendly Pilot Program Introduced in San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria spoke at a press conference featuring 10 new Chevrolet Bolt EV fleet vehicles, one law enforcement Ford Interceptor Hybrid and one fire department Ford Interceptor hybrid and the Beam Global charging systems on April 22, 2021. At the unveiling event, Mayor Gloria was joined by Beam Global CEO Desmond Wheatley; Alyssa Muto, Interim Director of the Sustainability Department for the City of San Diego; and Casey Smith, Director of the Fleet Operations Department for the City of San Diego. Click our link to view the full news coverage.
  • April 22, 2021 SD Mayor Announces Program to Fuel City’s Electric Vehicles With Solar-Powered Charger Right on time for Earth Day, San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria announced on Thursday a new program to use solar power to fuel the city’s electric fleet. At the moment, America’s Finest City has 20 electric vehicles out of its roughly 4,000 vehicle fleet. A partnership with Sorrento Valley-based Beam Global will allow the city to charge its electric fleet with an Electric Vehicle Autonomous Renewable Charger (EV ARC).
  • April 22, 2021 Mayor Todd Gloria Launches New Electric Vehicle Solar-Powered Charging Stations Mayor Todd Gloria on April 22 announced the launch of a pilot program that will use solar power to charge the City of San Diego’s electric vehicle fleet and renewed his commitment to accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles as part of the City’s fleet.
  • April 22, 2021 Mayor Gloria Begins Pilot Program to Charge City Vehicles With Solar Power “By choosing EV ARC systems, San Diego is demonstrating that it’s possible to rapidly transition city fleets to EVs without disruptive and time- consuming construction or increased utility bills and with confidence that they can continue to charge during blackouts,” said Desmond Wheatley, CEO of Beam Global. “Day or night, regardless of the conditions fleet operators can now charge and drive on sunshine.”
  • April 22, 2021 Mayor Gloria Begins Pilot Program To Charge City Vehicles With Solar Power Mayor Todd Gloria Thursday announced a pilot program that will use solar power to charge San Diego's municipal electric vehicle fleet as part of his climate action goal to cut the city's greenhouse gas emissions 50% by 2035. The city is partnering with Sorrento Valley-based Beam Global to evaluate its Electric Vehicle Autonomous Renewable Charger for the next six months. "This program allows the city to continue making progress on our Climate Action Plan while saving taxpayer dollars," Gloria said. "The EV ARC solar EV charging stations will allow the city to take advantage of San Diego's most plentiful natural resource and reduce emissions from city operations that harm human health and contribute to the climate crisis."

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