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Crosspost: Climate Mayors and Electrification Coalition Partner to Rapidly Transition Municipal Fleets to Electric Vehicles
21 municipalities marked the launch of the Climate Mayors Electric Vehicle Purchasing Collaborative with a commitment to purchase 376 EVs, representing approximately $11 million in electric transportation-related investment.
New research shows that the energy demands of driverless computing draw less power from the vehicle than expected. Other factors such as efficiency improvements, flexibility for fleet operators, and the advantages of the electric drivetrain mean that power demand is a nuisance, but far from a dealbreaker, for an electrified autonomous future.
Dan Bowermaster is a program manager for Electric Transportation with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). He speaks to The Fuse about EPRI, electrical vehicle adoption, and misconceptions about EVs.
Uber’s new initiative is a large step toward increasing the number of EVs in its overall vehicle fleet, reinforcing the belief that TNCs will catalyze the transition to advanced fuels.
Investors want exposure to companies that are involved in the production and distribution of battery metals, particularly with electric vehicles underpinning demand.
The Electrification Coalition's recently released Zero Emissions Vehicles (ZEV) Scorecard evaluates the effects of strategies used by ZEV states to encourage EV adoption.
The mix of support for domestic industrial policy and local infighting poses a threat to international automakers in China's market.
A new report from the Argonne National Laboratory found a higher fraction of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) were assembled in the United States than non-PEVs in 2017.
Using blockchain technology, peer-to-peer networks have established marketplaces to connect EV drivers so they can share charging stations with each other.
March was the strongest month ever for electric vehicle sales in the U.S., with more than 25,500 sold. The fact that record sales occurred during the first quarter, when they typically lag, is remarkable and bodes well for the entire year.