July 23, 2024

Pete Buttigieg

Can US Automakers Hit 65.1 mpg by 2031?
The new standard sets regular 2% increases in fuel efficiency for passenger cars ― sedans and SUVs ― per year between the 2027 and 2031 model years, rising from 60 mpg to 65.1 mpg.
Portland General Electric
EPA Antes up Nearly $1B to Replace Diesel Heavy-duty Vehicles
EPA announced nearly $1 billion in grants from the Inflation Reduction Act to help cities, states, territories and school districts trade in their diesel-burning heavy-duty trucks and buses for new zero-emission vehicles 
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Buttigieg: EV Rollout is ‘Testing Productive Capacity of US Economy’
Getting to 50% electric vehicle sales by 2030 won’t be easy, say Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm.
Biden Administration to Order EV Charging Standards
The Biden administration will require that electric vehicle chargers installed with IIJA funding meet standards for charging speed and interoperability.
California Supports New Clean Vehicle Pledges at COP26
U.K. Under Secretary of State Trudy Harrison says “countries with a date to end the sale of polluting vehicles…represent a fifth of global sales.”
Bipartisan Policy Center
Overheard: Buttigieg on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg spoke online with Bipartisan Policy Center President Jason Grumet about the recent bipartisan infrastructure deal.

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