eNow, Inc., a clean tech company that designs, develops and manufactures solar based auxiliary power systems, will be a vendor at the Planning for Green Goods Movement on Wednesday, April 24th.
The Capital District Transportation Committee and the Capital District Clean Communities Coalition will be hosting the one-day conference at the Albany International Airport Observation Deck. The conference will highlight efforts by both the public and private sectors to save money and fuel and improve air quality while moving goods efficiently through the Capital Region and beyond.
“eNow is pleased to join the Coalition to help the transportation industry take advantage of the environmental, public health, energy and economic benefits, said Jeff Flath, eNow President. Our future depends on new alternative power to fuel vehicles to support this important industrial segment of our economy.”
The Capital District Clean Communities Coalition works with vehicle fleets, fuel providers, community leaders, and other stakeholders to reduce petroleum use in transportation. eNow, Inc. has created new technology with solar panel systems in efforts to help the industry become more profitable, enhance the driver experience and improve the environment. These solar panel systems capture and convert the sun’s energy into useable power. This technology has proven to reduce operating costs as well as greenhouse gas emissions.
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