This dashboard explores trucking electrification potential in Advanced Clean Truck states. Trucking telematics data is from Geotab ITS. Health metrics are from EPA's COBRA tool.
The guidance provides information and actionable recommendations that municipalities and other Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) can use to make local approval processes for siting and installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure clear, predictable, and equitable.
RMI’s paper, Measuring Gaps in Supply and Demand for EV Battery Materials in the United States, helps shed light on the state of today’s EVB supply chain and can inform investment and policy decisions; it can also clarify how much of the battery supply is expected to qualify for IRA incentives in the future by presenting a methodology for quantifying the gap between supply and demand of inputs and subcomponents along all major stages of the EVB supply chain.
Governments, policymakers, businesses, and utilities will need to work together closely to realize the full potential of the IRA. RMI’s report How Policy Actions Can Spur EV Adoption in the United States, provides stakeholders with the analysis they need to make data-informed decisions, detailing the challenges facing IRA implementation and ways forward.
Using Real-World Telematics Data to Identify Electrifiable Trucks, Inform Charging Infrastructure Investments, and Explore Emissions Reductions
Electric Mobility for All: A Feasibility Study of Electric Transportation Options for Low- to Moderate-Income Residents in ConnecticutMoe Khatib2022-06-17T19:40:52-04:00
A feasibility study of providing electric mobility for low- to moderate-income communities in Connecticut as well as how EDCs can support the development of these programs.