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The Future of Battery-Powered Equipment with Paul Beblowski: Season 3: Episode 9 of Growing in the Green Industry Podcast

In season 3, episode 9 of the Growing in the Green Industry Podcast, hosts Brett Lemcke of R.M. Landscape and Neal Glatt with GrowTheBench talk with Paul Beblowski, senior product manager with STIHL. As a product manager, Paul Beblowski oversees product development for STIHL professional battery products and energy management in the United States. He […]

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CARB Approves Proposal to Ban Sale of Gas-Powered Equipment in 2024

On Thursday, Dec. 9, the California Air Resource Board (CARB) approved the proposed amendments to the Small Off-Road Engine Regulations: Transition to Zero Emissions, which would ban the sale of virtually all carbon-emitting landscape equipment beginning with model-year 2024. The meeting went on for nearly 6 hours. NALP along with 60 other associations, including the […]

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What Newsom’s New Law Means for the Landscape Industry

On Saturday, Oct. 9, California’s governor Gavin Newsom signed a new law that orders state regulators to ban the sale of new gas-powered equipment using small off-road engines (SORE), which includes all lawn and landscape equipment, pressure washers and generators, in 2024. This legislation is part of the state’s attempt to reduce its greenhouse gas […]

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Battery Tools and Technology: Nothing is New, Except Everything

Battery technology isn’t new to the industry, but if you’ve been mulling over making a shift in recent years, you might still be hesitating due to confusion over the various specs. Determining the power of a battery product isn’t as clear-cut as looking at the horsepower on a gas product. “Every manufacturer is boasting about […]

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Looking for Gas Alternatives as Prices Rise?

Growing consumer demand and crude oil prices have caused gasoline prices to rise recently, with the national average at $2.90 as of May 3, 2021, while the average a year ago was $1.78. In states like California and Oregon, current gas prices can range from $3.05 to $4.04. While the national gas average still has […]

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Greenworks Commercial 82-Volt Equipment Line Has Many Benefits

Sponsored Content Greenworks Commercial focuses on providing only battery-powered equipment, from zero-turn mowers to handheld outdoor tools. Their tools are engineered to meet or exceed gas-powered tool performance. Greenworks’ 82-volt lithium-ion batteries provide the necessary power and runtime to get the job done without producing emissions. The batteries retain power capacity even after 500 charges […]

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