April 16, 2024

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Public EV Charging Gets Boost in California

California's charging network is getting a boost from two different directions: a state program aimed at providing high-density Level 2 chargers in underserved areas and the opening of Tesla’s charging network to non-Tesla vehicles.

Treasury, DOE Issue Proposed ‘FEOC’ Rules for EV Tax Credits

As U.S. automakers pull back on plans to invest heavily in electric vehicles, claiming sales are not growing as fast as expected, the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service issued new guidelines on the federal tax credits for EVs that could further slow sales.

MISO Welcomes Former Ford Exec to Board
The MISO Board of Directors next year will boast a former Ford Motor Co. executive after a vote of MISO membership.
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CARB, Manufacturers Partner to Support Clean Truck Rules
As a court battle heats up over California’s zero-emission truck regulations, a group of manufacturers have committed to follow the rules even if they’re overturned.
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Loan Programs Office Announces $9.2B for Ford Battery Plants in Tenn., Ky.
DOE will loan Ford and Korean battery manufacturer SK On up to $9.2 billion to help them build huge factories in Kentucky and Tennessee for producing EV batteries.  
Treasury Releases Revised List of EVs Eligible for IRA Tax Credits
The Treasury Department's revised list of EVs qualifying for federal tax credits provided mixed news for U.S. and foreign automakers and prospective buyers.
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Poll Shows Michigan Voters Split on EVs
Michigan officials and automakers are promoting efforts to transition to electric vehicles, but almost half of Michigan voters oppose the shift.
California Energy Commission Explores Complexity of Vehicle-to-grid Connections
Interest is growing in bidirectional charging from vehicle batteries, but utilities and homeowners have different perspectives on the technology.
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Tracking the Contradictions of the US EV Market at the DC Auto Show
While EVs are on the floor they are by no means the main attraction, and much uncertainty remains about how fast automakers can build out their supply chains.
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Oregon DEQ Foresees Economic, Equity Benefits from ACC II
Oregon’s adoption of California’s ACC II rules could cost automakers up to $3 billion but yield $5.8 billion in economic benefits for the Beaver State by 2040.

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