Electric Car Piloted as Campus Food Delivery Vehicle

Electric Car Piloted as Campus Food Delivery Vehicle

"Watts of Deliveries" car at University at Buffalo requires no gasoline or oil and is rechargeable at either a standard outlet or at a 240-volt charging station.

This fall, Campus Dining and Shops at the University at Buffalo is piloting the use of a Smart electric car as a food delivery vehicle that requires no gasoline or oil and is rechargeable at either a standard outlet or at a 240-volt charging station. A locally emission-free vehicle, the CDS Watts of Deliveries car will be used on campus for food deliveries primarily along the academic spine on North Campus. It will be stationed out of Bert’s Food Court in Talbert Hall, which services

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