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Mayor Georges Marsan and Marjorie Crovetto Harroch, Deputy Mayor, Delegate for the Framework of Life, Environment and Sustainable Development, have received three new electric scooters for the Monaco City Hall.
The two-wheelers – Vespa Elettrica 50cm3 with a range of 100 kilometers – will be assigned to the Municipal Police and the Service of the Communal Domain – Trade, Market and Markets.
The Town Hall reaffirms its commitment and commitment to the environment by further developing its fleet of 100% electric vehicles. A fleet that should accommodate other electric scooters of the same type soon.
The reception of these new electric scooters comes a few weeks after the signing of the National Pact for the Energy Transition, on October 8, through which the City Council commits to continue its actions on environmental issues around three main lines of action: mobility, waste and energy.
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