April 17, 2024

medium and heavy-duty vehicles (MHDV)

National Grid
DOE Funds Studies of Heavy-duty EV Charging Network Needs

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.

NY Steps Up Planning for Medium- and Heavy-duty EVs
New York is laying the groundwork to develop the charging infrastructure needed for the larger EVs intended to replace conventional trucks and buses.
Environmental Defense Fund
Groundbreaking California Clean Truck Rules Win EPA Waiver
The EPA approved a waiver for California’s Advanced Clean Trucks regulation, clearing the way for the state to launch the zero-emission program.
NJ Retools Electric MHD Truck Charger Proposal
A revised New Jersey BPU straw proposal would provide extra support for private fleets that put chargers in overburdened communities.
Lion Electric
California Energy Commission Approves $2.9B Clean Transportation Plan
The California Energy Commission approved $2.9 billion in clean-transportation funding through 2026, primarily for charging light- medium- and heavy-duty EVs.
NJ BPU Approves $16M for 1st MHD EV Charger Program
New Jersey's BPU approved a $16.15 million allocation of funds from the RGGI to promote the installation of fast chargers for medium- and heavy-duty EVs.
Blue Bird
School Buses Uniquely Suited to V2G Technology, CT Green Bank Says
The CT Green Bank’s president says electric school buses could help reduce peak demand on the power grid and increase resilience in Connecticut communities.
With California in Lead, Clean Truck Sales Accelerate Nationwide
California is leading a trend of growing zero-emission truck deployments across the U.S., a new report shows.
California Program Seeks Applicants for Hydrogen Fueling Projects
A "first-of-its-kind" California program to incentivize medium- and heavy-duty ZEV infrastructure is now accepting applications for hydrogen fueling projects.
BYD North America
Vt. to Adopt More Robust Regs for Heavy-duty ZEVs
The Vt. Agency of Natural Resources will adopt four California vehicle emission standards by the end of the year so they will be effective for model year 2026.

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