A consortium has begun working to anticipate the charging infrastructure needed in the next 20 years for heavy-duty electric trucks across nine Northeast states.
CEC and NREL
California will need to double its public EV charging infrastructure between 2030 and 2035, according to a new report by the state's Energy Commission.
Ford Motor Co.
In what’s being called “breakthrough growth,” more zero-emission trucks were deployed in the U.S. last year than in the previous five years combined.
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CALSTART brought commercial EVs to Capitol Hill for an event with members of Congress to highlight delivery-enabling advancements.
The awards will fund producers of smart conductors, heat pumps, energy-producing windows and technology to detect flaws during batter manufacturing.
A new study by National Grid suggests that states and utilities must move swiftly to equip the grid to support the travel needs of electric vehicles.
The City of Chula Vista
A California clean mobility program will open $1 million in funding for nonprofits or public agencies to assess transportation needs in underserved communities.
Industry stakeholders are working together to develop what they believe will be the least disruptive way to gradually electrify diesel trucking fleets.
A California program to encourage the purchase of zero-emission off-road equipment has handed out more than $100 million in incentives since reopening.
California is leading a trend of growing zero-emission truck deployments across the U.S., a new report shows.
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