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Roadmap 12

Sold out in 2018 with over 800 participants, the Roadmap Conference is the nation's largest and most advanced annual conference on electric and smart mobility. Held each summer in the Pacific Northwest, Roadmap includes over 100 national and international speakers, dozens of exhibits, regional smart mobility tours, and high-energy interactive sessions. Expect to make [...]

Roadmap 122019-02-27T13:28:42-04:00

U.S. Expected to Receive Only 10% of Global EV Investment

At the beginning of 2019, Reuters estimated that automakers had invested more than $300 billion in electrification. The EV Hub is now tracking this information, and our new Global Private Investment Dashboard has recorded almost $350 billion in total EV investment across the globe. This data confirms China’s dominance in the market with almost 40 percent of investments recorded from [...]

U.S. Expected to Receive Only 10% of Global EV Investment2019-05-20T14:20:12-04:00

Forth’s Electric Mobility Networking Mixer at ACT Expo

Forth is taking our networking happy hour on the road. Join us for our networking reception ahead of the ACT Expo Connect with fellow conference attendees and get the latest scoop on our efforts to promote electric, shared and autonomous mobility. The reception will take place at the Quarter Deck Bar & Lounge at Gladstone’s Long [...]

Forth’s Electric Mobility Networking Mixer at ACT Expo2019-02-28T09:03:10-04:00

U.S. EV Market Decelerates

Growth in the electric vehicle (EV) market has slowed in the first quarter of 2019. While this year’s Q1 sales are 10 percent higher than last year, 2018 Q1 sales were 32 percent higher than in 2017. March marks the second straight month of low growth compared to the same time period last year.   EVs [...]

U.S. EV Market Decelerates2019-04-08T15:30:30-04:00

Round 2 Designations of FHWA’s Alternative Fuels Corridor Complete

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) completed their second round of designations for their Alternative Fuels Corridor program. Through the program, the FHWA is helping to create a national network of alternative fueling and charging infrastructure. The program now encompasses: Segments or entire lengths of 71 Interstate corridors 44 states and the District of Columbia [...]

Round 2 Designations of FHWA’s Alternative Fuels Corridor Complete2018-05-15T07:44:12-04:00

Strategies to Deploy EV Charging with VW Settlement Funds

States will soon start implementing programs to use VW settlement funds to reduce NOx emissions. One of the most powerful ways to cut these harmful emissions is to advance the deployment of zero emission vehicles. We held a webinar on January 30, 2018 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm ET to share good practices on state funding programs that advance EV charging.

Strategies to Deploy EV Charging with VW Settlement Funds2018-03-13T17:50:34-04:00

Using VW Settlement Funds to Advance Zero Emission Trucks & Buses

States will soon start implementing programs to use VW settlement funds to reduce NOx emissions. One of the most powerful ways to cut these harmful emissions is to advance the deployment of zero emission vehicles. We held a webinar on January 24, 2018 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm ET to share good practices on state funding programs that advance zero emission trucks and buses.

Using VW Settlement Funds to Advance Zero Emission Trucks & Buses2018-03-13T17:51:57-04:00

Wilmington Trust launches website for the Environmental Mitigation Trust

Wilmington Trust launches a public-facing website on the Environmental Mitigation Trust. The site contains brief overviews of the State and Tribal trusts. A FAQ is also present but is still under development. Visit the Website Read the News Article about the Website

Wilmington Trust launches website for the Environmental Mitigation Trust2017-11-07T20:58:32-04:00

Energy Department Announces $15 million for Batteries and Electrification to Enable Extreme Fast Charging

The Energy Department announced up to $15 million for research projects on batteries and vehicle electrification technologies to enable extreme fast charging. The Department’s Vehicle Technologies Office is seeking research projects to develop plug-in electric vehicle systems that can recharge rapidly at high power levels, decreasing charge time to 15 minutes or less. Advanced [...]

Energy Department Announces $15 million for Batteries and Electrification to Enable Extreme Fast Charging2018-05-15T07:38:13-04:00