AT&T Internet Service Centers Will Have CNG Cargo Vans

In the largest-ever order of CNG vehicles from GM, AT&T internet service announced yesterday that its service centers nationwide will bolster their vehicle fleets with 1,200 Chevrolet Express compressed natural gas dedicated cargo vans. The company has already announced its intentions to deploy over ten thousand alternative-fuel vehicles through 2018, a move that will cost the company up to $565 million to complete. The CNG vehicles will be used for the connection and maintenance of both internet and television services for its customers, and will assist the company in reducing its carbon emissions. The vehicles are also both readily available and cost-effective. With a large part of the world’s pollution coming from industry, the vehicles will reduce the company’s carbon emissions by up to 25%.