New Jersey will spend $10.8 million to fund the purchase of heavy-duty EVs, including 10 electric school buses, and install 62 fast-charging stations.
DOT announced $1.66 billion in infrastructure bill grants to nearly double the number of non-emission buses on the nation’s roads with just one year of funding.
A group of environmental organizations petitioned the NYPSC to speed up the statewide buildout of charging infrastructure for medium- and heavy-duty EVs.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker filed a bill to authorize $9.7 billion he says will prepare the state for funding from the federal infrastructure bill.
NJ Transit is pursuing its first ever planning process to draft a sustainable agency future as it plans to launch its first electric bus program.
Hydrogen emerged as a possible solution to climate change during COP26, but details of the transition are vague, creating opportunity for competing solutions.
NJ Transit approved a $9.5 million purchase of eight electric buses to be deployed in a South Jersey environmental justice area.
The Houston Metro set a goal to replace all of its buses and vans with electric vehicles by 2030, a full decade before other major metro transit authorities.
Virginia will replace 83 diesel school buses with zero- or low-carbon vehicles, which will reduce the state’s GHG emissions by about 10,000 tons per year.
While the U.S. debates funding battery electric buses and trucks, they are already running commercially in cities around the globe, particularly in China.
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