Grand Teton National Park Gets Solar Powered Electric Edyne Van

Milford, MI (PressExposure) March 01, 2011 -- GGT Electric has done it again. They have created a vehicle that is incredibly efficient, versatile, and harmless on the environment. After completing the creation of their all electric solar powered Edyne vans, GGT received an order for some from Grand Teton National Park. The park was looking to change the way it impacted the environment by eliminating some gas powered vehicles from their inventory. To get the best of electric energy, they called on none other than GGT. Luckily, this company proved to be the best in the business, just like it has countless times before.

While the speeds of Edyne vehicles do not exactly go very high, they are perfect for what the park needs to move around with. The park remains at a relatively slow pace anyway so people can enjoy the beauty of nature around them. Having a car that goes to thirty miles an hour at the upper end is thus not a big deal. Park officials can still get to where they need to go in the vehicles, and the park does not have to worry about harming the environment along the way. Everybody wins in this regard.

The Edyne vehicles at Grand Teton National Park serve as an inspiration to onlookers who walk through the park on a regular basis. They can see that the park is making an effort to go green with their vehicles, and that may inspire others to buy electric trucks as a result. If you think you would want to invest in an electric vehicle, you might be able to find something you like with GGT as well. They have an array of options to suit just about any lifestyle, and they are all priced well within your budget.

The efforts made by GGT and Grand Teton National Park are just the start of a long road ahead in electric cars. These vehicles are being further improved every single day, and with those improvements come new opportunities to help the environment. The world as a whole could one day stop using gasoline, ethanol, and diesel fuels and just operate on electricity. There would be no emissions whatsoever. That may not happen any time soon, but it is nice to see that efforts are headed in that direction. Look into the different electric vehicles you could possibly drive and see if there is anything of interest to you.

About GGT Electric

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Press Release Submitted On: March 01, 2011 at 1:21 pm
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