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Major Companies and Investors Call on the Federal Government To Strengthen Proposed Truck Emissions Standards

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A series of letters from corporate coalitions and a group of investors representing $700 billion in assets under management is calling on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to strengthen the emissions standards currently proposed for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.

The Ray and Geotab Fleet Electrification Study Supports Interstate EV Infrastructure Development


Findings from The Ray and  Geotab Inc.’s fleet electrification analysis, announced today, showcase data-driven analysis of truck movement patterns that can help guide State DOT planning and funding of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

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Findings from The Ray and  Geotab Inc.’s fleet electrification analysis, announced today, showcase data-driven analysis of truck movement patterns that can help guide State DOT planning and funding of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

Zenger Group, National Grid Team up to Install Electric Vehicle Workplace Charging

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TONAWANDA, N.Y., April 12, 2022 /3BL Media/ - With a longstanding commitment to sustainability and in anticipation of more electric vehicles among its growing workforce, Zenger Group installed 10 Level 2 electric vehicle charging ports at its Tonawanda headquarters.

EV Opportunities Are Blooming in Terminal Yards

by Josh Fisher

Most corporations are looking more seriously at sustainability than ever before.

Albertsons [Companies], the second-largest grocery chain in the U.S., is finding sustainability success since it began using battery-electric terminal tractors at some of its 19 terminals.

Highway Electric Vehicle Charging Networks: 5 Essentials for an Expert Charging Plan


Transportation authorities are long-time innovators. Since 1966 when the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) was formed, transportation authorities have tracked citizen travel habits and changed road management as needed to ensure safe, convenient travel. And now, as the digital and physical travel worlds converge, authorities are planning for a nationwide electric vehicle (EV) charging network in their corridors.

Black & Veatch's Electric Vehicle Charging Expertise Helps Accelerate 'Charge Ready' in Southern California

EV charging program helps deliver 12 stations to Palm Springs Cathedral City High School
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan., January 10, 2022 /3BL Media/ - With communities across Southern California seeking to accelerate electric vehicle adoption efforts, Black & Veatch announces the completion of 12 charging stations at Cathedral City High School (CCHS) in Palm Springs, California. The project, a key component in local decarbonization efforts, was made possible through ‘Charge Ready,’ a program from public utility Southern California Edison (SCE) launched to add charging stations in its service area.

Ambitious New Federal Vehicle Emissions Standards Are a Win for the Climate, Public Health, Consumers, and the U.S. Auto Industry

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December 20, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The vehicle emissions standards released today by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency “are an important step in the critical race to decarbonize the nation’s auto industry," Ceres said in a statement today.

Transport Strategy Must Think Beyond EVs for Greener Travel, Says Think Tank

by Jonathan Goldsmith

​The Green Alliance has called for new policies to encourage an increase in public transport use to reduce emissions. 

The UK think tank has conducted research regarding the policies as efforts to cut transport emissions by switching to electric vehicles (EVs) in the UK are not expected to hit mid-term climate targets. 

The study, published on Wednesday 8th December, also revealed that swapping 1.7 per cent of car journeys to walking or cycling could provide up to £2.5bn in health benefits. 

Ceres Applauds Latest Action From Biden Administration to Leverage Government Leadership to Accelerate the Clean Energy Economy

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December 9, 2021 /3BL Media/ -

President Biden’s new executive order catalyzing the U.S. government toward net zero emissions by utilizing the federal government’s purchasing power is “yet another important signal that this administration is committed to using it’s full authority and influence toward building a more competitive economy and strengthening U.S. leadership in the technology markets of today and tomorrow,” said Anne Kelly, vice president of government relations, at Ceres. 

As the Zero-Emission Fleet Transportation Market Scales, More Corporations Invest in Electric Vehicles


The transportation sector is now the main culprit contributing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the U.S. In the age of decarbonization targets and net-zero goals, this trend necessitates a change. Given that more than half the transportation sector’s emissions come from road vehicles, this change may very well come in the form of electric fleets.


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