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EV Hub Live Episode #36: BNEF’s Electric Vehicle Outlook 2024

2024-06-16T16:02:42-04:00

Electric vehicle sales continue to grow globally. Segments such as commercial vehicles and two- and three-wheelers have already reached very high levels of electrification—at 26 percent and 47 percent, respectively. However, electric vehicle growth is [...]

EV Hub Live Episode #36: BNEF’s Electric Vehicle Outlook 20242024-06-16T16:02:42-04:00

Dashboard for Rapid Vehicle Electrification (DRVE) Version 2.0

2024-04-26T14:50:57-04:00

Dashboard for Rapid Vehicle Electrification, or DRVE, is a powerful tool that equips users with decision-relevant information on the financial viability and environmental impact of light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicle fleet procurements across an entire fleet.

Dashboard for Rapid Vehicle Electrification (DRVE) Version 2.02024-04-26T14:50:57-04:00

Fact Sheet: Combatting Range Loss in Extreme Cold

2024-01-08T16:36:15-05:00

Cold weather range loss for electric vehicles is real. However, that has not stopped chilly cities from deploying electric buses and trucks. To counteract cold weather range loss, fleets have taken advantage of technological advances in electric trucks and buses and have employed mitigation and adaptation strategies. This fact sheet discuses on-the-ground success of pre-heating the interior and battery, strategic planning and adaptation, more efficient heating technology, and longer ranges with newer vehicles.

Fact Sheet: Combatting Range Loss in Extreme Cold2024-01-08T16:36:15-05:00

States award $130 million to build hundreds of EV charging stations along U.S. highway corridors

2023-12-22T09:06:49-05:00

The map above shows the status of states’ NEVI grant solicitation process as of December 15th, 2023. On December 8th, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced the opening of the nation’s first electric vehicle (EV) [...]

States award $130 million to build hundreds of EV charging stations along U.S. highway corridors2023-12-22T09:06:49-05:00

Manufacturing Capacity for Heavy-Duty Zero-Emission Vehicles in the United States

2024-01-23T10:53:37-05:00

​Atlas Public Policy assessed the current and planned production capacity for class 4-8 heavy-duty zero-emission vehicles in the United States based on publicly available information from vehicle manufacturers and news sources. The report discusses manufacturers plans to increase manufacturing capacity for heavy-duty zero-emission vehicles through building new facilities, expanding existing facilities, and the recalibration of production at facilities that are capable of producing both internal combustion and zero-emission vehicles side-by-side. 

Manufacturing Capacity for Heavy-Duty Zero-Emission Vehicles in the United States2024-01-23T10:53:37-05:00

State EV Registration Data

2024-07-18T08:14:00-04:00

Through the Open Vehicle Registration Initiative, Atlas works with states directly to make data on electric vehicle registrations publicly accessible. This page contains the data from states participating in the initiative in some form. [...]

State EV Registration Data2024-07-18T08:14:00-04:00

EV Hub Live Episode #31: A Car-Free EV Revolution

2023-12-01T15:58:00-05:00

In this episode, we'll hear from Stephanie Lotshaw and Mike Salisbury about efforts to increase the usage of transit and micro-mobility alternatives to electric cars, how transit and micro-mobility can be linked, and how U.S. cities can implement policies, programs, and redistricting efforts to revitalize downtowns and encourage a car-free lifestyle with alternative EV options.

EV Hub Live Episode #31: A Car-Free EV Revolution2023-12-01T15:58:00-05:00

EV Hub Live Episode #30: EV Charging, Equity, and Building Code Policy

2023-10-12T00:21:25-04:00

In this episode, we'll hear from Vanessa Warheit and Adam Berry about implementing EV charging building codes in an equitable manner that accelerates our transition to a zero-emission transportation future. Watch live on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAg8YkFi09M.

EV Hub Live Episode #30: EV Charging, Equity, and Building Code Policy2023-10-12T00:21:25-04:00