This study explores the current landscape of school buses in New Jersey, estimates the economic and environmental impacts that come with full school bus electrification, and identifies the most crucial barriers to school bus electrification in the State, identifying specific pathways to address those issues and recommendations to make adoption feasible.
Transitioning to electric freight vehicles offers corporate shippers and carriers one of the best opportunities to mitigate their emissions while reducing the demand for oil in the U.S. transportation sector. The following sections outline the national and economic security, environmental, health, equity, and cost-saving benefits of shifting the transportation sector from oil to electric-based.
A Roadmap for Michigan’s EV Future: An Assessment of the Employment Effects and Just Transition NeedsDipo Fadeyi2023-05-31T17:36:23-04:00
Using economic modeling from 2024 to 2040, this report discusses the employment effects of Michigan’s auto industry shifting from internal combustion engine vehicle manufacturing to electric vehicle manufacturing, with a focus on supporting a just transition for workers and communities.
Models for Incorporating Equity in Transportation Electrification: Considerations for Public Utility RegulatorsMoe Khatib2022-12-07T16:36:38-05:00
This issue brief, published as an addendum to the 2019 NARUC report Electric Vehicles: Key Trends, Issues and Considerations for State Regulators, provides an overview of the utility programs and business models that are intended to center equity and captures key considerations for state utility regulators around these models.
Rapid battery cost declines accelerate the prospects of all-electric interregional container shippingMoe Khatib2022-07-26T16:47:50-04:00
This paper focuses on the electrification on interregional container shipping and the implications for electrifying other ship types.
This study compares monthly ownership costs of six EV and gasoline equivalent vehicles, accounting for financing costs, state taxes and fees, state and federal rebates and tax credits, fuel and maintenance costs, and more.
Research paper discussing GHG-reducing subsidies.