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Universal Studios Goes Green With New Solar Powered Electric Cart

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Universal Studios Hollywood President, Larry Kurzweil, and Environmental Media Association President, Debbie Levin were on hand this week as Universal Studios Hollywood unveiled their brand new solar powered electric cart. The new vehicle will help provide workers with a speedy way to travel through the park without all those nasty emissions.  

This certainty isn’t Universal’s first attempt to help Mother Earth!  Earlier this year the theme part unveiled the very awesome Simpsons Ride, which uses a variety of high tech lighting, electric motors, software, and hydraulics systems to reduce its overall electricity consumption. 

The theme park also hosted the Earth Day Eco Fair and Green is Universal — two events that helped spotlight more ways to go green! They even received the Environmental Media Association’s Green Seal Award recognizing their achievements as one of the first environmentally aware amusement parks in the US. Ain’t that just swell?

To find out more about the theme park’s commitment to staying green, go take a gander at the Universal Studios website!

via: treehugger.com
photo credit: prphoto.com

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