Bi-Directional Charging: Engaging with Leaders and the Community to Charge Forward with Smart EV Policy
One opportunity with electric transportation is bi-directional charging. This is very much what it sounds like: energy flows from a building to a vehicle. When prompted, that energy can flow back from…
Because most electricity is generated locally, shifting to electric transportation will save consumers money at the plug and keep more of their transportation fuel dollars recirculating through local economies.
Achieving the Biden administration's aggressive electric vehicle goals could unlock additional investment and job growth to the auto manufacturing-rich Southeast.
This guest blog, written by Dan Lashof (Director of World Resources Institute, United States) and Sue Gander (Director of the Electric School Bus Initiative for World Resources Institute) originally ran on Data…
The City of Knoxville secures a grant for additional electric transit buses, bring the total of electric buses on the way to 18.
This op-ed, co-written by Anne Mellinger-Birdsong, pediatrician and environmental public health specialist with Mothers & Others For Clean Air, and Jennifer Rennicks, former Senior Director of Policy & Communications at Southern Alliance…
As electric vehicles increasingly displace gas and diesel vehicles, the energy that fuels transportation shifts from petroleum to electricity. North Carolina utilities have accelerated transportation electrification investments to spur EV market growth.
No to offshore drilling and yes to clean energy and electric transportation!
In approving Duke Energy Florida’s rate settlement, the Florida Public Service Commission gives the green light to the largest electric transportation program in the state’s history.
Updated Electrify the South Toolkit and Website Help Local Governments Accelerate Electric Vehicle Adoption
Southern Alliance for Clean Energy’s Electrify the South Electrify Vehicle Policy Toolkit and website get a 2021 refresh with loads of new content.