April 21, 2024

transportation electrification

Moody’s Analytics
Moody’s: NY Evolved from the Pandemic, Challenges Ahead
New York faces a long list of challenges, including climate change and uncertainty in energy prices, according to Moody’s Analytics.
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Decarbonizing New York: Chicken and Egg Proposition
New York’s conundrum is how to ensure grid reliability and resilience as it calls for fossil fuel resources to be replaced by intermittent resources.
Biden Admin Releases Blueprint for Transportation Decarbonization
The Biden administration released a national plan to eliminate carbon dioxide and other GHG emissions from the nation’s transportation sector by 2050.
Rhode Island Updates 2016 Greenhouse Gas Plan
A draft update of Rhode Island's climate protection plan indicates it is below the trajectory needed to meet its GHG targets but lays out steps to achieve them.
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WECC Forum Elicits Hopes, Fears About Future of Electric Sector
At its first in-person gathering since the onset the pandemic, WECC convened a forum to learn what keeps members up at night when they think of the future.
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NARUC Panel Explores ‘Future Proofing’ EV Infrastructure
Utility regulators face myriad challenges in dealing with the growth of EV chargers, panelists said at NARUC's Summer Policy Summit in San Diego.
Report: Electric Heavy-duty Trucks Can Now Replace Some Diesels
If half of the nation’s heavy duty regional-haul tractor trailers were electric, annual CO2 emissions would decrease drastically, according to a NACFE report.
Healey Focuses on Climate in Mass. Gubernatorial Race
Maura Healey is focusing on climate in the race to replace Charlie Baker as Massachusetts governor.
Georgetown Climate Center
Analysis: Infrastructure Bill Could Increase GHG Emissions
The bipartisan infrastructure bill touted to address climate change could cause increased GHG emissions because of state discretion over highway spending.
BNEF: Renewables, Electric Transport Driving Clean Energy Investment
Global investments in EVs and charging infrastructure are set to outpace renewables in 2022, a new Bloomberg report says.

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