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Kevala's NEVI Parcel Finder Dashboard allows you to scan a state to discover qualified parcels for the development of EV charging.
The third publication in CALSTART’s Zeroing in on Zero-Emission Trucks series, this market update highlights the continued increase in medium- and heavy-duty (MHD) zero-emission truck (ZET) deployments in the United States.
Using economic modeling from 2024 to 2040, this report discusses the employment effects of Michigan’s auto industry shifting from internal combustion engine vehicle manufacturing to electric vehicle manufacturing, with a focus on supporting a just transition for workers and communities.
Zero-Emission Trucks: The Facts provides a concise overview of the state of zero-emission freight vehicles in the U.S., including industry demand, supply, and benefits.
Approximately 25 million children ride buses to school in the United States. While school buses are the safest school transport from an accident perspective, older buses often expose students to high levels of diesel exhaust. Because these exposures can adversely impact health, which may lead to more missed school, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has spent millions of dollars to hasten the transition of school bus fleets to cleaner vehicles. Here, we leveraged the randomized allocation of the EPA’s 2012–2017 School Bus Rebate Program funding to causally assess the district attendance impacts of upgrading buses. Districts randomly selected for funding had greater attendance improvements after the lottery than unselected districts, resulting in over 350,000 estimated additional student days of attendance each year (95% confidence interval = −70,678 to 772,865) due to the use of EPA funds.
The Fleet Procurement Analysis Tool equips users with decision-relevant information on the financial viability and environmental impact of light-duty vehicle fleet procurements. The Microsoft Excel-ba...
This report summarizes the significant investments in the electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem that have been announced over the past 8 years. This includes announced investments in EV, EV battery, and battery component manufacturing.
Dashboard for Rapid Vehicle Electrification, or DRVE, is a powerful tool that equips users with decision-relevant information on the financial viability and environmental impact of light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicle fleet procurements across an entire fleet.
This report by ABB highlights the best practices for charger reliability and uptime.
This research report conducted by the Smart Electric Power Alliance explores what success looks like for managed charging and load management programs and proposes strategies programs can use to increase customer engagement.
This report describes each of the many technologies that exist in the messy middle and for the zero-emissions future. It is intended to provide a framework for fleets, manufacturers and others to navigate this exciting, albeit messy middle.
This report provides an updated inventory of adopted zero-emission buses (ZEBs)—defined as Class 3 and above battery-electric or fuel cell electric transit buses—that have been funded, ordered, and/or delivered within the United States and Canada, according to data collected through September 2022.
This study conducted by the International Council of Clean Transportation assesses the future impact of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) on electrification rates for light-duty and heavy-duty vehicle sales in the United States through 2035.
The "U.S. National Blueprint for Transportation Decarbonization" is a landmark interagency framework of strategies and actions to remove all emissions from the transportation sector by 2050.
A summary report of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s (EERE) Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO) Annual Merit Review (AMR) held on June 21-23, 2022
The Local Government Playbook provides recommendations for how counties, cities, and towns can utilize federal investments in EV infrastructure.
The Oregon Legislature tasked the Department of Environmental Quality and Department of Transportation to explore incentive programs that are needed to transition Oregon’s the medium- and heavy-duty fleet from gasoline or diesel to electricity or hydrogen. This report presents information gathered from existing incentive programs, best practices developed by Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management and input from numerous contributors including impacted industries and state and local governments.
This study conducted by the International Council on Clean Transportation examines the current state of PHEV usage in the United States.
This Report summarizes major findings from data on the 149 retailers included in DGA’s Corporate Transportation Decarbonization Tracker, analyzes challenges to and opportunities for increased EV adoption, and highlights specific retailers’ bold commitments and innovative practices with regard to vehicle electrification, including initiatives related to EV chargers and medium- and heavy-duty electric vehicles (MHD EVs).
A comprehensive guide for fleet electrification developed by the Environmental Defense Fund.
The Electric Highways Study — coauthored in partnership with transportation analytics organizations CALSTART, RMI, Geotab, and Stable Auto — forecasts the future of fast-charging along highway corridors in Massachusetts and New York, providing a first-of-its-kind blueprint for powering the EV transition in the U.S. Northeast to 2045.
This report published by Energy Innovation explains the most impactful EV policies, examines recent modeling investigating the IRA’s transportation sector impacts, and recommends further policy and regulatory action to ensure the U.S. can swiftly transition to electrified transportation and meet our climate goals.
This publication summarizes the presentation and discussion of a virtual workshop hosted by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to identify some of the challenges to widespread EV deployment and discuss policy, technical, and market strategies to help federal agencies and other stakeholders plan for the future.
The report, supported by the Electrification Coalition, examines the potential impact of requiring manufacturers to sell EVs through franchised dealerships