A comprehensive guide for fleet electrification developed by the Environmental Defense Fund.
More Americans Would Buy an Electric Vehicle, and Some Consumers Would Use Low-Carbon Fuels, Survey ShowsMoe Khatib2022-08-22T09:53:28-04:00
In Consumer Report's largest-ever nationally representative survey, more than a third say they'd consider buying an EV today.
Driving Equity: Policy Solutions to Accelerate Electric Vehicle Adoption in Lower-Income CommunitiesMoe Khatib2022-06-17T19:26:56-04:00
Report that suggests a policy framework for equitable EV deployment in California's underserved communities.
Observations about consumer preferences relating to EVs.
Integrating plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) into household fleets- factors influencing miles traveled by PEV owners in CaliforniaMoe Khatib2022-06-29T18:36:25-04:00
An analysis of factors that influence vehicle miles traveled (VMT) for California plug-in electric vehicle owners.
A case study of EV deployment in Des Moines, Iowa's cold climate.
The purpose of this survey was to better understand Americans' familiarity with and attitudes toward EVs, including what they see as incentives and barriers to owning them.
The Missing Piece on Meeting Transportation Electrification Goals: Utility Education and Outreach ProgramsConner Smith2020-12-23T11:31:52-05:00
This paper examines the current state of E&O in transportation electrification and lays the foundation for why utility investment in E&O is the missing piece to achieving goals for widespread TE in a state or region.
This report presents the findings of the Sierra Club's recent nationwide investigation into the shopping experience for consumer EVs. The report results show that 74 percent of auto dealerships surveyed do not have a single EV on their lot for sale and that consumers were still not being given important information about charging, battery range, and financial incentives.
This report is the first four-year update to the 2015 pLAn. It augments, expands, and elaborates in even more detail L.A.’s vision for a sustainable future, including climate change policy. This report is also referred to as L.A.'s Green New Deal.