Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Supply Chain Management
Since the Biden administration has provided implication that the hope is for state and local governments to adopt net zero emission federal vehicles, it is important to see how this might work for a county in a rural area of Arkansas. Applying this real possibility to the local Sheriff’s department will aim to create a case either for the implementation of electric vehicles or prove to show that it is not a feasible solution.
This research will compare the financial advantages and disadvantages of this order along with the possible environmental impact that this solution can attribute to. Focusing on the example of Washington County as my basis for scalability and application to other counties in the United States that have similar demographics.
Net zero emissions, electronic vehicles, Arkansas, Washington County, Sheriff, service learning
Chadwick, L. (2021). A Financial and Environmental Impact Analysis on the Implementation of Electric Vehicles for the Washington County, Arkansas Sheriff's Department. Supply Chain Management Undergraduate Honors Theses Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/scmtuht/15
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