Join the National Academies to explore the latest electric vehicle technologies and their implications for manufacturing, the electric grid, and consumer needs.
Learn more about DOE financing opportunities and gain insights on developing a strong proposal, from both USDOE speakers and first-hand from a loan recipient.
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Watch the show below or click here: https://youtu.be/VKhDonfFbRc Research is starting to pile up on what the United States could look like with widescale transportation electrification. On April 8th, Atlas released [...]
Plug In America is holding a free virtual event next Tuesday at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT, honoring the winners of the 2020 Drive Electric Awards. You can find more information and RSVP at [...]
United States Climate Alliance governors will discuss the progress of U.S. states on climate action over the past four years and their commitment going forward on September 23rd during Climate Week NYC 2020. [...]
How will the result of the November election affect the transportation industry, charging infrastructure, federal incentives, and efficiency mandates? Smart transportation policies intended to increase the adoption of smart transportation have historically included legislated [...]
Join the BlueGreen Alliance and national labor, environmental and elected leaders on Wednesday, August 5 from noon – 1:00 p.m. ET for a virtual town hall focused on the actions we need to take now to [...]
Join Energy Innovation and House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis staff on a webinar to discuss the recent Select Committee’s climate plan conclusions along with EI’s modeling and methodology. This webinar will examine which policies [...]
The United States Department of Transportation awarded $130 million for electric transit buses and supporting infrastructure through the Low- or No-Emission (Low-No) Grant program on June 2, 2020. The awards were spread over 40 [...]