Aude. The Department equips the first twelve colleges with electric vehicles

28 colleges in Aude will now have electric utility vehicles. Uncategorized

In Aude, the Department will provide twelve establishments with electric utility vehicles, always in a desire to reduce the production of greenhouse gases.

Posted on Sep 14, 20 at 5:50 pm

28 colleges in Aude will now have electric utility vehicles.28 colleges in the Aude will now have electric utility vehicles. (© Photo: CD)

Faithful to the commitment made by the Department to contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas production, the community will provide twelve establishments with electric utility vehicles

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Major issue

The utilities, currently on the way, will be used by facility staff as part of their duties, replacing existing ones that needed to be changed. Hélègne Sandragné, president of the Aude Departmental Council, underlined:

When I was elected President of the Department, I made a commitment to continue investing our community in ecological transition. This is a major issue as the consequences of climate change can affect the future of our territory.

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28 public colleges

The first establishments to have been delivered are the colleges of Cité and Montesquieu in Narbonne. In the coming weeks: Jules-Verne in Carcassonne, Gaston-Bonheur in Trèbes, Saint-Exupéry in Bram, L’Alaric in Capendu, Raymond-Courrière in Cuxac-Cabardès, Georges-Brassens in Narbonne, La Nadière in Port- la-Nouvelle, Pierre-et-Marie-Curie in Rieux-Minervois, Marcelin-Albert in Saint-Nazaire, and Rosa-Parks in Lézignan-Corbières.

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Ultimately, all 28 Audois public colleges should have an electric vehicle. Labeled Positive Energy Territory for Green Growth in 2015, the Department of Aude has since undertaken to rethink the management of its vehicle fleet, with the aim of achieving energy autonomy by 2050.

Robert fages


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