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Chris Bilby: Transportation is Better with Electrons

Holy Cross Energy (HCE) is a leader in carbon reduction and electrification. Chris Bilby shares why transportation electrification is a priority for HCE, how (and what) they’re electrifying and advice for other utilities with transportation electrification ambitions.

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