Kelvyn Lopez didn’t think an electric vehicle was in his future. But it was.
“My whole career has centered around cars,” says Lopez. “I’ve previously worked as a valet and Uber driver, and now I drive line haul routes for FedEx, so I see firsthand the pollution created by gas vehicles and the impact of rising gas prices.”
But then he found out about a new initiative designed to increase affordable access to electric vehicles for low-income drivers. The program is a collaboration of the nonprofit BlueHub Energy, vehicle-to-grid provider Fermata Energy, and Enterprise Holdings, which teamed up to offer qualified drivers access to a low-cost
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