Tesla Using Apple Outlet Model to Build Network, National Park Service Greens Up Fleet


Sales for the Tes­la Mod­el S sedan will be based on an expand­ing net­work of stores, much like the out­lets for Apple. Tes­la CEO Elon Musk says the com­pany already has 10,000 orders for the vehi­cle and will deliv­er 5,300 this year and 20,000 next year. Ten new stores will be added this year, bring­ing the total to 30 stores, already get­ting 4,000 vis­i­tors a week.

Fed­er­al nation­al parks will be join­ing ranks with U.S. Dept. of Defense in deploy­ing green vehi­cles and fuels into its fleet logis­tics.  The U.S. Ener­gy Dept. and the Nation­al Park Ser­vice announced that five nation­al parks around the coun­try will deploy fuel effi­cient and alter­na­tive fuel vehi­cles as part of an expand­ed part­ner­ship. Clean Cities coali­tions are work­ing with the nation­al parks to choose the best clean ener­gy fleet options, such as EVs, plug-in hybrids, propane-pow­ered lawn mow­ers and trucks, biodiesel blends, and EV charg­ers for fleet vehi­cles and acces­si­ble to the pub­lic.



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