Mullen Automotive announced a pilot program for its Mullen ONE Class 1 EV Cargo Vans and Mullen CAMPUS Delivery Utility Vehicles with the Shoshoni Native American Tribe of Northern California and Nevada to serve Nations Distribution located on the Harrah’s Northern California Resort & Casino property.
Mullen and the Shoshoni tribe have agreed to a pilot program to evaluate the Mullen Class 1 cargo vans and campus EVs in several use cases across Harrah’s daily operations.
The collaboration between Mullen and the Shoshoni tribe represents a step towards a greener future and serves as a model for other organizations and communities to follow.
Dedication to Sustainability
This collaboration brings a host of advantages, ranging from economic opportunities to community involvement, and is in harmony with the tribe's global endeavors to combat climate change and safeguard the environment by advocating for clean energy alternatives.
Through the utilization of the Mullen ONE and Mullen CAMPUS EVs, the Shoshoni tribe is showcasing its unwavering dedication to sustainability and environmental awareness.
Recognizing the unique position of tribal communities in spearheading sustainable transportation solutions, the National EV Initiative for Tribal Nations aims to foster the adoption of electric vehicles within tribal communities throughout the United States.
By making the switch to electric vehicles, tribes can significantly reduce their carbon footprint, enhance air quality, and advance energy independence.
The initiative extends its support, resources, and technical assistance to tribal nations as they embark on the journey of integrating electric vehicles and establishing charging infrastructure.