Edyne Electric Vehicles Added to Big City Veterans Administration Medical Centers

Milford, MI (PressExposure) February 20, 2011 -- Edyne electric trucks and vans are products of GreenGo Tek (GGT Electric), and they have been quite the topic for discussion over the last few years. Offering a line of electric work trucks and vans for businesses to choose from, Edyne provides eco friendly vehicles for just about any situation. Recently the Veterans Administration offices in New York and Chicago have teamed up with one another to use some of these electric vehicles in their medical centers. This is one of the biggest steps the medical centers have made towards helping the environment, and it is one that is certainly not going unnoticed.

Working with electric vehicles is a goal that every business should strive for, and new ones may do so with the inspiration of the Veterans Administration in the community. Since New York and Chicago are such big cities, a small purchase like this may not seem like much in the grand scheme of things. If even one business picks up on the idea to go eco friendly though, the world will be a better place. At the very least the medical centers will remain environmentally safe as a result of this purchase.

Edyne electric trucks and vans were not built for power. They provide the storage and efficiency one would need to get around, but they are not built the same as regular cars are. They may have a sleek design about them that is befitting of the modern technology they house, but at the end of the day, you can tell the difference between a GGT made electric vehicle and something else. The Chicago and New York VA medical centers now have a way to make a bold statement for the betterment of the environment. Hopefully it will serve to encourage others to follow suit.

GGT has been producing eco friendly vehicles for years now, and the all electric options in the Edyne line are no different than that. These are the wave of the future when it comes to transportation, and new models are being released to go at faster speeds. Everyday drivers can soon seek out Edyne vehicles for their own lives. For now, it is at least nice to see a business doing its part to help the environment. This may very well be the start of something grand in the world as people begin to fight environmental concerns one electric truck at a time.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 21, 2011 at 12:38 pm
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