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February 23, 2024
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Decarbonizing Midwest Economies? It Depends on the State
Illinois the Leader; Minnesota Commits to Clean Cars; Ohio Protects Coal
Montreal-based Lion Electric Co. said in a December 2021 investor presentation that it is "ramping up" its Joliet, Ill., assembly plant to build 20,000 electric vehicles per year, the first of which the company expects to roll off the production line in the second half of this year. Lion builds electric trucks as well as school and municipal buses.
Montreal-based Lion Electric Co. said in a December 2021 investor presentation that it is "ramping up" its Joliet, Ill., assembly plant to build 20,000 electric vehicles per year, the first of which the company expects to roll off the production line in the second half of this year. Lion builds electric trucks as well as school and municipal buses. | Lion Electric
Illinois is decarbonizing its electric generation, and Minnesota is focusing on EVs and transit emissions, but Ohio is keeping a coal plant subsidy.
Fossil FuelsIllinoisMinnesotaOhioPublic PolicyState and Local PolicyTransportation Decarbonization