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Managing the Gas to Battery Transition

Sponsored Content by Milwaukee Tool The professional landscaping industry is experiencing an increasing shift from gas-powered to battery-operated equipment, introducing new solutions to many professional operators. Driven by emerging gas and noise-related restrictions, as well as the ease of use provided by many gas-alternative products, these solutions introduce new practices and maintenance requirements to a […]

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Peer Perspectives: Inside All-Electric Landscape Maintenance Operations

Between regulations, customer preferences and a desire to reduce emissions, there are numerous reasons to consider adding electric equipment to your fleets. But some companies aren’t just thinking about it; they’re going all in. Why Do It? “For me, it was really just ease of use,” says Daniel Cienfuegos, co-owner of Electrawn, LLC, based in […]

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Sustainability: Adding EVs to Your Fleet

Has your lawn or landscape company been mulling over the feasibility of adding electric vehicles (EVs) to your fleet? Much like the electrification of handheld equipment and mowers, there’s more to this process than simply swapping out your gas vehicles for electric models.   “Speaking to fleet managers or operations managers at landscape companies, one […]

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The Shift from Gas to Battery

The decision to transition from gas to battery-powered equipment is a significant choice. This change provides various benefits but also requires a concerted effort to be implemented effectively. For businesses like BrightView, based in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, and Serpico, based in Hayward, California, their decision to transition to battery power is driven by who they […]

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NALP Partners with AGZA on Electric Equipment Workshop

Last week, NALP worked with the American Green Zone Alliance (AGZA) and Montgomery County Maryland DEP to share recommended practices in battery-powered landscape equipment operations. 83 participants, including vendors and private industry individuals, gathered at Montgomery County’s community college campus to learn about the realities of a transition from gas to electric. “AGZA and NALP […]

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