Odyne Systems, a manufacturer of plug-in hybrid systems for medium- and heavy-duty work trucks, received the Wisconsin Clean Cities Technology Award at the 21st Annual Stakeholder meeting.
Matt Jarmuz, Director of Sales for Odyne Systems stated, "We are honored to have received the Technology Award from WI Clean Cities and look forward to working closely with truck owners in Wisconsin to apply environmentally friendly Odyne hybrid systems in their fleets to help WI Clean Cities reach its goal of cleaner air for Wisconsin.”
Wisconsin Clean Cities hosted its 21st Annual Stakeholder Meeting in December at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee. Over 100 attendees participated in the event which celebrated the efforts and accomplishments of its members and Wisconsin fleets in moving toward the use of alternative fuels and cleaner air for Wisconsin. Featured speakers at the event included Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, Bill Davidson of the Harley-Davidson Museum, and Maria Redmond of the Wisconsin State Energy Office.
Odyne has also received the 2014 Governor’s New Product Award by the Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers (WSPE), an organization of more than 1,000 engineers, whose mission is to support the ethical practice of Professional Engineering. The Best of State, First Place award in the small employment category was presented to Odyne in recognition for the company’s outstanding development of its plug-in hybrid system for medium- and heavy-duty trucks, and economic contributions to the state through engineering initiative and innovation.