At POW, we believe that every aspect of the outdoor community has an important role to play when it comes to addressing climate change. Whether you’re an athlete shredding the mountains, a new business owner getting your company off the ground or a weekend warrior searching for fresh powder, everyone can play a part in positive climate action.
With that in mind, we’re excited to tell you about our good friends over at Ski Butlers who are taking their mobile ski rental business one step further by committing to 100 percent of their new vehicles being electric by 2025. This winter, they purchased their first electric van––which gets about 100 miles per charge––and are using it for as many pickups and deliveries as they can.
Bryn Carey, CEO and founder of Ski Butlers, points out that making a move to electric vehicles is not just about reducing their carbon footprint, “but also to encourage other businesses to do the same.”
But Ski Butler’s commitment to EVs is just one small part of their commitment to taking on some of the most pressing issues related to climate change. With a goal of making all Ski Butlers locations based on 100 percent renewable energy by 2020, Ski Butlers are also addressing energy issues that are similarly near and dear to POW. Learn more about Ski Butlers’ commitment to climate solutions here and check out POW’s policy agenda on renewables here.