December 10, 2023


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Overheard at Deploy23
Coming off the Earth’s hottest summer on record, the conference zeroed in on the public-private partnerships needed to optimize the impact of every penny of the billions in clean energy funding in the IIJA and IRA.
Volvo Trucks
EV Charging Efforts Ramp up on West Coast
California, Oregon and Washington have jointly applied for federal grant money to build a public charging network for electric trucks across the three states.
Center for Sustainable Energy
California EV Rebate Program Expected to Run Empty Ahead of Plan
Price drops for Tesla’s Model 3 and Model Y have made the EVs eligible again for a California rebate; now the incentive program is running out of money.
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.
State of New Jersey
Rest Stop Operator Seeks Piece of $166M NJ EV Charger Push
A rest stop operator is negotiating with the New Jersey Turnpike Authority to install electric vehicle chargers along the state’s two main highway arteries.
Tesla to Invest $3.6B in Nev. Truck, Battery Factories
The company's plans for Northern Nevada include a new battery factory and its first high-volume manufacturing facility for electric semi-trucks.
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ERCOT Briefs: Week of July 4, 2022
The heat is back on in Texas after a brief respite, with ERCOT again setting records as peak demand reaches the extreme levels of ISO's predictions.
Tesla Ineligibility to Shake up Calif. Clean Vehicle Rebate Program
A price increase for certain Tesla models has made them ineligible for Calif.’s clean vehicle rebate incentives, potentially slashing demand for the incentive.
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Conn. Lawmakers Revisit Need for Direct EV Sales Model
Opponents of a bill to allow direct sales by EV manufacturers in Connecticut say it would create two sets of rules for competitors in the same market.
Tesla Gets OK to Sell Power in Texas
The Texas Public Utility Commission has given a Tesla subsidiary permission to begin selling electricity to retail customers.

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