Archive for the News 2Go Category

VW’s new EV available for pre-ordering May 8, 2019

VW ID all-electric hatchback pre-orders open May 8, production version comes in September

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Excellent Article by US Gain: Sustainability Goals Simplified with Renewable Natural Gas

US Gain – February 20, 2019 Greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions are a part of nearly every corporate sustainability plan. Switching to cleaner energy options can deliver savings to achieve GHG reduction targets. But, where do you focus next? How can you continue to find projects that

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Green Ways 2Go makes first responder presentation at the West Chicago Fire Department Training Center

Tim Milburn, Partner in Green Ways 2Go  rolled out the First Responders Awareness program at the West Chicago Fire Department Training Center Friday, November 9th, 2018.  Around 30 firefighters spent 40 minutes in a PowerPoint session and 2+ hours poring over AFVs in the training center’s shop.  This included

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Solar Farm supplied by Green Ways 2Go has excellent energy production!

Green Ways 2Go, represented by Paul Jensen and Ed Gruchalla, was late summer 2018 visiting the 44.88 kW solar power plant sold and installed to Mr. Mark Nisbet for his property in Fisher, MN. The solar farm has four arrays consisting of 136 Solar PV panels 330 W (DC)

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CNG is the new Diesel in Europe – why not the USA as well?

America has ample reserves of Natural Gas and a distribution network that already meets all larger cities in the country. Natural Gas, contributing almost no particulates when combusted, and with a ~ 30% less CO2 emission compared to diesel and gasoline is the ideal fossil fuel that

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Should your company consider using Electric Vehicles?

Should Your Company Be Using Electric Vehicles? It is often difficult to decide when electricity will be a better option than gasoline and diesel for your fleet. A recent article in FleetCarma is attempting to tackle the question. However, there are many other parameters than described which

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Green Ways 2go wins order for 44 kW solar panel installation

Fargo, October 27, 2017 Green Ways 2Go, represented by Paul Jensen and Ed Gruchalla is proud to announce the signing of an order for a 44.88 kW solar power plant for Mr. Mark Nisbet’s property in Fisher, MN. The project will be a large array consisting of

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Blue Whale Vessels, a sister company to Green Ways 2go exhibited their new CNG Storage tank at the ACT 2017 Conference and Exhibition

Blue Whale Vessels at the ACT 2017 show in Long Beach, CA  

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Near Zero Emission 12 liter engines have arrived

Cummins Westport debuts 2018 natural gas engine lineup Cummins Westport released its model year 2018 dedicated natural gas engines for regional haul truck/tractor, vocational and transit, school bus, and refuse applications on Tuesday at the Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo in Long Beach, Calif. Cummins Westport says the

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Fargo Public Library to host the C.L.E.A.N. spring 2017 event!

Electric Vehicles in FM:    The Drive for a Cleaner Community Join C.L.E.A.N., –chargepoint+ and GreenWays2Go to learn about and discuss electric vehicle (EV) charging and other renewable initiatives in Fargo-Moorhead and the cities surrounding our area. The event will take place in the Fargo Public Library

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Paul Jensen of GreenWays2Go on the Main Street Show, hosted by Dough Hamilton, Prairie Public Radio

Paul Jensen of GreenWays2Go was on the Main Street Show March 16, 2017 hosted by Dough Hamilton, Prairie Public Radio.   GreenWays2Go is represented through Paul in the Citizens Local Energy Action Network, otherwise known as the group C.L.E.A.N.  Yesterday, Prairie Public’s Dough Hamilton hosted Ed Gruchalla

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Tim Milburn of Green Ways 2Go New Steering Team Member of Chicago Area Clean Cities Organization

Green Ways 2Go would like to proudly announce that one of our owners, Tim Milburn, has been invited to become a Steering Team Member of the Chicago Area Clean Cities (CACC) organization.  The CACC works with vehicle fleets, fuel providers, community leaders, and other transportation industry stakeholders to

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