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Huntington Fire Co. #3

Braidwood Police Department
Centreville Township Hwy department

City of Peru

North Webster Parish Industrial District

Centerville Fire Dept
City of Attleboro
Northbridge DPW
Rutland Regional Emergency Communication Center
Town of Erving
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Town of Sangerville Public Works

County of Midland

New Jersey
Borough of Carteret
Borough of Lake Como
Township of Little Falls

New York
City of Rochester
Incorporated Village of Roslyn
Town of Guilderland

Allegheny Valley Joint Sewage Authority
Bentleyville Borough
Blakely Borough
Borough of Seven Fields
County of Chester
Downingtown Municipal Water Authority
East Lansdowne Police
Fairview Township
Lower Swatara Township
Lower Valley Ambulance Service
Milford Township
Mount Joy Borough
Perseverance Fire Co.of Jonestown
Rayne Township
Shamokin Dam Borough
Souderton Area School District
South Coventry Township
South Whitehall Township
Summit Township
Swatara Township
Township of Pinegrove Venango County
Union Township – Washington County – PA
Union Vol. Fire company
Wilkins Township V.F.C. No. 3

Rhode Island
Cumberland Fire District
Glocester Police Department

Evansville Fire Dept Union township
Marshfield Fire and Rescue Department

City of Bluefield


Welcome New Municibid Sellers from February

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Yale University

City of Zachary

Montahchusett Regional Transit Authority
South Hadley Housing Authority
Town of Chesterfield/Goshen
Town of North Reading MA

New York
Inc. Village of Hewlett Harbor
Port Chester-Rye-Rye Brook VAC INC
Town of New Berlin

Allen Township
Benton Township
Borough of Walnutport
Broomall Fire Co
Centennial School District
County of Armstrong
Delaware Township Pike Co.
Frazer Township Police
Garden City Fire Company
Hartsville Fire Co. No. 1
Juniata County
Lewis Township
Mahanoy Township Authority
Manor Boro VFD
Mohnton Borough
North Wales Borough
North Whitehall township
Plunketts Creek Twp
Reading Area Community College
Shanksville-Stonycreek School District
Township of Pine Community Center
Union Township
Wysox Township


Welcome New Municibid Sellers in January

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Village of Stickney

North Attleboro School Department
Town of Hopedale
Town of Sharon

New Jersey
Allentown Borough
Westampton Township

New York
Town of Skaneateles

Amity Township Police Department
Cornplanter Township
Hughesville Borough Authority
Marion Township
Muncy Township
Paradise Township
Town of McCandless
Upper Chichester Twp.
Upper Paxton Township
West Mifflin

Metropolitan Transit Authority

LAPD Tesla Model S

Government Fleet and the Impact of Electric Cars

The vehicle market has been pivoting towards a more fuel-efficient, carbon-reducing direction over the past several years. Now not only are manufacturers on board with this change, but so are government fleet administrators.

In 2013, eight states across the country began working together to change the way customers looked at buying vehicles. Representing 25% of the nation’s car market, these states collaboratively promoted electrical vehicle purchases.

California, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island and Vermont have worked towards implementing more readily available charging stations that are just as convenient as traditional gas stations. Additionally, they looked into reducing toll fees for electric cars and even created “preferred” parking.

The New York Times recently reported on New York City’s announcement of plans to build the largest municipal fleet of electric cars in the country by 2025. The City of Los Angeles Police Department was loaned a Tesla Motors Model S P85D so the deparments technical experts can determine how electric cars can support their future needs.

Electric Government Fleet
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Though all well and good for the consumer, how do you expect to effect mass change with only a few incentives?

Government fleets across the nation have chosen to be the driving force behind change, by being the first to make the change.

It’s no secret that the Obama Administration has made it a point to tackle climate change and reduce the reliance on oil-consumption. In fact, it was the White House and Edison Electric Institute who arranged for over 120 businesses, nonprofits and more to move from gas-fueled vehicles to electric cars.

But how does growing a government fleet of electric cars truly impact us?

Improve Energy Efficiency

Since the 1970s, the United States has been the leading consumer of energy, but the rate of consumption has been slowly declining.

There are many reasons for optimizing your energy use, but none more so than creating energy security.

Energy security refers to the level of national security based on the availability of natural resources for energy. Modern economies function on having access to cheap energy, but when the distribution of energy supplies among countries becomes unevenly distributed, this can lead to national vulnerabilities.

Reducing our energy dependence directly impacts the amount of energy we need to consume and thereby works towards balancing the scale between need and availability.

Save Money

When it comes to electric cars, another benefit for government fleet is how much money can be saved on fuel expenditure. Over the course of 8 years, if you were to travel 15,000 miles/year in a Ford Focus ST, your fuel cost would be approximately $16,222.

Over the same period of time, using a Ford Focus Electric, you would only spend $5,067. That’s a total savings of approximately $11,155 [Source:]. In addition to reducing energy expenditure, there’s the benefit of saving over $11k over eight year’s time.

In terms of governmental impact, this means that taxpayers are able to reap the rewards of the declining expenditure, and the carbon footprint is minimizing as well.

Real World Case Study

To further express the impact of an electric government fleet, let’s look at the City of Indianapolis’s partnership with Vision Fleet.

In an effort to promote a more energy efficient fleet, Indianapolis partnered with Vision Fleet to upgrade 425 of their sedans to plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles. Over the course of a seven-year lease contract, the city will save $8.7 million.

Traditionally speaking, the average cost of a government owned and run, gasoline-powered sedan costs taxpayers approximately $9,000 annually per vehicle. This includes the cost to purchase, fuel, maintain and insure the vehicle.

On the other hand, making the swap to electric vehicles in their government fleet is estimated to cost approximately $7,400 annually. Over a 10-year period of time, this would generate a taxpayer’s savings of $1,600 per year, per vehicle.

Moreover, the  city’s upgrade to plug-in hybrid vehicles has already created an average savings of 53 gallons of gasoline each month. With 425 electric vehicles preparing to hit the streets, there is a projected savings of at least 560 gallons annually. Over the next 10 years, this will translate into 2.2 million gallons of gasoline saved and a total savings of $8.7 million.

As the governments’ incentives for electric cars continue to expand, and governments themselves start implementing change within their own ranks, only time will tell if American consumers will follow suit.

From reducing dependency on oil to improve energy security, the government officials are also promoting new ways for American families to cut fuel costs and carbon pollution simultaneously.

The commitment from the government to actively implement these changes shows consumers just how invested they, and the surrounding municipalities, are to the future of electric cars.


Welcome New Municibid Sellers in December

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Dartmouth Fire District 3
Town of Andover MA
Town of Middleborough

New Hampshire
Peterborough Fire & Rescue
Town of Hancock

New Jersey
South Brunswick Board of Education

New York
Bath Central School District

Antis Township
Bethlehem Townshp PPIS Division
Borough Of McSherrystown
Collinsburg Volunteer Fire Company
Delaware Township
East Chillisquaque TWP
Elizabethville Borough
Friendship Fire & Hose Co 1
Hallam Borough
Hancock fire Co
Harris Township
Lurgan Township
Midd-West School District
Nottingham Fire Department
Rockledge Borough
Township of Falls
Whitpain Township Police Department

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Welcome New Municibid Sellers in November

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Bridgewater Highway Department
Brockton Fire Department
Lynnfield Water District
Marblehead Schools
Palmer Public Schools
Town of East Bridgewater
Town of Ludlow Police Department

New Jersey
Borough of Bloomsbury

Beaver Township
Borough of Turtle Creek
Elizabethtown Area Water Authority
Fairless Hills Fire Department
Ford City Borough
Greater Hazleton Joint Sewer Authority
Lehigh Carbon Community College
Mahoning Township
North Middleton Twp Vol Fire Co 1
Ransom Township
Ross Township
West Hanover Twp.
York Township Fire Department


Welcome New Municibid Sellers in October

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Athol-Royalston Regional School District
Bellingham Public Schools
Boston EMS
City of Brockton

New Jersey
City of Long Branch
Perth Amboy Fire Department

Abington Regional Wastewater Authority
Baden Borough
Borough of Lehighton
Borough of Midway
Borough of Sugarcreek
Brush Valley Township
Columbia Borough School District
Conemaugh Township Municipal Authority
Eddystone Borough
Honey Brook Borough
Kempton Fire Company
Laureldale Borough
Mahoning Township
Middletown Area School District
Northumberland Borough Sewer Department
Slate Belt Regional Police Department
South Greensburg Borough

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Welcome New Municibid Sellers in September

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Bechtelsville Borough
Bell Acres Borough
Borough of Freedom
Borough of South Coatesville
Cokeburg Boro
Darby Borough Police Department
Davison Township
Dorrance Townhip
Doylestown Borough Public Works
Fox Chapel Borough
Franklin Township Beaver County
Norwich Township
Otto Township Volunteer Fire Department
Plainfield Township
Providence Township
Reserve Township
Walker Township
Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority

Knoxville Community Dev Corp

City of Hudson Oaks

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Welcome New Municibid Sellers in August

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St Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office

Town of Kingston

Chevy Chase Village

New Hampshire
Groton Police Department

Bethlehem Public Library
Borough of Thornburg
City of Corry
Clinton Township
Elmhurst Township Sewer Authority
Frankstown Township
Nottingham Township
The Borough of West York
Upper Saucon Township
Zerbe Township


Welcome new Municibid sellers for July!

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Comm High School District 218
Rochelle Water Reclamation Facility

Porter Public Works

City of Malden MA
Dedham Fire Department
Thomas Crane Public Library (City of Quincy MA)
Town of Sutton
Town of West Bridgewater Water Dept

North Carolina
City of Lowell

New York
Lattingtown Village
Town of Palatine

Franklin Township

Borough of Wernersville
Cherrytree Township Venango County
Earl Township Sewer Authority
Upper Gwynedd Township
Warwick Township Water & Sewer Authority
West Providence Township
Western Berks Regional PD
York Area United Fire and Rescue