Battery Electric Buses (BEB)
The agency approved a $624 million clean transportation incentive funding package but said goodbye to a flagship program that helped consumers buy zero-emission vehicles.
NJ Transit, the state's mass transit agency, will spend $3.8 million on 19 electric vans as the agency pushes for modernization.
New York state has issued the roadmap for its first-in-the-nation school bus electrification program and is preparing to draw the first tranche from a $500 million pot of money to start carrying it out.
The California Air Resources Board is taking applications for $150 million in state funding to help public school districts purchase zero-emission buses and related infrastructure.
A bill that would require all zero-emission vehicles sold in California to have bidirectional charging capabilities by 2027 cleared a key Senate committee.
New Jersey has been slow to spend Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative funds since returning to the program but is taking steps to speed up the process.
The EPA approved a waiver for California’s Advanced Clean Trucks regulation, clearing the way for the state to launch the zero-emission program.
Nevada regulators gutted NV Energy’s proposed $348 million EV plan, slashing the budget to about $70 million and removing most of its proposed programs.
New Jersey’s far-reaching OSW plans face challenges as the first project undergoes permit scrutiny and the state launches a third coastal wind solicitation.
The California Energy Commission approved $2.9 billion in clean-transportation funding through 2026, primarily for charging light- medium- and heavy-duty EVs.
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