Join NACFE and industry experts to learn about how do train, attract, and retain drivers for electric trucks.
The Green Transportation Summit & Expo (GTSE), hosted by Brian Trice, coordinator of Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities, focuses on the clean fleet at the intersection of policy, technology, practice, equity, and the future of mobility with a regional focus and national lens.
Join NACFE and industry experts to learn lessons from other geographies and use cases as the industry develops best practices around electric truck technology, charging systems, and supporting policies.
School buses constitute 80 percent of buses around the country – but only one percent of school buses are electrified. Sue Gander of WRI and Matt Stanberry of Highland Electric are leading the school bus electrification transition from two complementary standpoints. WRI have laid out their ambition to create “unstoppable momentum” to electrify all [...]
Join NACFE and industry experts to learn more about what is being done to ensure responsible sourcing and disposal of electric truck components.
Source: EV Hub data on Volkswagen Settlement allocations in 2021. New Jersey is having its moment in the sun. Governor Phil Murphy recently announced the state is looking to adopt California’s Advanced Clean Truck Rule. The rule requires an increasing percentage of new truck sales to be electric through 2035. Critics argue that there is a need for [...]
Join Louisiana Clean Fuels for this webinar to discover the options for electric work trucks available on the market today and what vehicles are coming soon.
Join NACFE and industry experts to learn about potential financing options and innovative business models for the transition to electric trucks.
Figure 1: Planned investment in underserved communities by investor-owned utilities (Top 10) Source: EV Hub In the first half of 2021, electric utilities were approved to invest more than $44 million in underserved communities led by filings from San Diego Gas and Electric and Xcel Energy Colorado. New [...]
Source: Proterra On Friday, June 25th, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced $182 million in grants to local transit agencies for the deployment of zero- or low-emission transit buses and supporting equipment and facilities through the Federal Transit Authority’s Low or No Emission Program (Low-No Program). Total funding from the Low-No [...]