Progress Toward Goal
As of year end 2010, AT&T has deployed more than 2,400 CNG vehicles, with nearly 1,600 of those vehicles in California.
AT&T expects to spend approximately $215 million to replace more than 7,000 passenger cars with alternative fuel models through 2018.
AT&T currently operates over 1,000 hybrid-electric passenger vehicles across the country.
AT&T expects to spend an estimated $350 million to purchase up to 8,000 CNG vehicles through 2013.
AT&T has also deployed two all-electric vehicles (AEVs) — a Smith Newton cargo truck in St. Louis, missouri and a ford Transit Connect Electric van in Dallas, Texas. AT&T expects to make additional AEV deployments in 2011.
NEW: BLOG/tSpace - Create a virtual employee community, using internal social media tools, to discuss ethics and compliance topics of interest.
NEW: Officer Training - Introduce Compliance Training for officers that is customized for their leadership of the company, and includes essential information on topics (Antitrust, RIm, fLSA) and suggestions for ways to enhance their advocacy of compliance and a strong ethical corporate culture.
Replace retiring passenger vehicles with alternative-fuel models and deploy up to 8,000 compressed natural gas (CNG) service vehicles by the end of year 2013.
Continue progress to replace eligible retiring passenger vehicles with alternative fuel vehicles and deploy up to 8,000 CNG service vehicles by EOY 2013.
NEW: Replace tractor used for the AT&T fan Zone Tour with a bio-diesel option.