Analysis from Atlas Public Policy reveals best practices for deploying charging infrastructure for electric transit buses.
Seventeen U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and the Canadian province of Quebec worked together through the Multi-State Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Task Force, a coalition facilitated by NESCAUM, to produce a bold Action Plan for accelerating a transition to zero-emission trucks and buses.
New Study Highlights Viable Routes to Adopting Battery and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles for America’s Clean Trucking Future
Action plan to recommend policy options to support the rapid, equitable, and widespread electrification of MHD vehicles. With a focus on near term strategies
The road to keeping below 1.5°C global warming involves both compact cities developed for walking, cycling and public transit, as well as a rapid and strategic transition to electrified vehicles.
The Colorado Energy Office published a new report finding that zero-emission trucks are a can’t-miss opportunity for Colorado, with the potential to deliver more than $20 billion in benefits to Coloradans over the next 30 years.
By 2025, 40 percent of all non-Postal Service federal fleet vehicles and 97 percent of U.S. Postal Service (USPS) vehicles can be replaced with EV at a lower total cost of ownership TCO than comparable gas and diesel vehicles. This means that choosing an EV over a conventional vehicle will save money over the life of the vehicle.
This is a joint study by UC Davis, the World Bank, China Development Institute, and Shenzhen Bus Company that provides references and recommendations to cities for the deployment of electric buses based on the comprehensive analysis of the journey of Shenzhen, China.