Technology, Power, and Station Design Within this broad theme we’ll dig into specific station design needs for medium and heavy duty vehicles and what states, industry, and stakeholders should consider to maximize the opportunity for LDV-focused NEVI-funded deployments to also serve the MHDV fleet. We’re looking forward to hearing from utilities, automakers, and charging infrastructure […]
Partners and stakeholders from across New Jersey joined World Resources Institute and the Electrification Coalition on Oct. 13, 2021, for a roundtable discussion on the wide-ranging benefits of electric school buses and New Jersey’s window of opportunity to accelerate deployment. Watch the webinar. The event began with remarks from New Jersey’s First Lady, Tammy Murphy, […]
Electrification Coalition and Partners Selected as Finalists for $10 Million Climate Challenge Award will identify solutions to decarbonize transportation, buildings and industry For Immediate Release: Tuesday, February 9, 2021 Contact: Marc Moorghen, 773-789-1714, firstname.lastname@example.org CHICAGO – Lever for Change announced that the Electrification Coalition is among the finalists for the 2030 Climate Challenge, […]
ECBC Partner Spotlight General Motors Aspires to Eliminate Tailpipe Emissions from New Light-Duty Vehicles by 2035 GM, an Electrification Coalition Business Council (ECBC) partner, announced on Jan. 28 that it plans to become carbon neutral in its global products and operations by 2040. The company has developed a vision for an all-electric future and aspires […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJanuary 28, 2021Media Contact: Julie Sutor New suite of online resources puts EV policy information at the fingertips of policymakers and EV advocates Washington, D.C. — The Electrification Coalition unveiled its EV Policy Showroom Thursday, offering policymakers, EV advocates, industry partners and other stakeholders an online trove of easily navigable data and […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jan. 27, 2021 Contact: Jsutor@electrificationcoalition.org PDF version Electrification Coalition Applauds Biden Announcement on Electrification of Federal Fleets Washington, D.C.— In response to President Biden’s signing of an executive order that directs federal agencies to procure zero-emission vehicles, Electrification Coalition National Director Ben Prochazka made the following statement: “The Electrification Coalition applauds […]
The Electrification Coalition (EC) today praised Smart Columbus for exceeding its goal of 3,200 electric vehicle (EV) purchases in the seven-county Columbus, Ohio region in fewer than three years. The EC serves as a strategic and technical advisor to the Smart Columbus Electrification Program, part of a smart city initiative co-led by the City of Columbus and Columbus Partnership that includes more than 100 public- and private-sector partners.
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The EC and the City of Des Moines, IA, joined for a webinar to learn how to save money by leasing electric vehicles for your fleet. EC Technical Lead of Fleet Electrification Jared Walker spoke.
Statement of Ben Prochazka, National Director of the Electrification Coalition: “Electrifying our transportation network will help reduce the economic, public health, and national security threats posed by oil’s monopoly on our transportation sector and yesterday’s actions by the Polis administration will bring us one step closer to that future.”
The Electrification Coalition (EC) today announced that Sue Gander, Meredith Roberts and Aaron Viles have joined the EC’s growing team and will help launch an expanded effort to increase supportive electric vehicle (EV) policies at the local, state and federal levels. The Electrification Coalition (EC) is a sister organization to Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE), a nonpartisan nonprofit with a mission to reduce U.S. oil dependence as an economic and national security priority.
When the Collaborative launched, the program had an initial count of 22 cities and counties committed to purchasing 391 electric vehicles (EVs). In just one year, this cohort has grown nearly tenfold to include more than 160 cities, counties, public transit agencies, and port authorities that are committed purchasing to more than 2,400 electric vehicles. […]
Climate Mayors EV Purchasing Collaborative Announces More Than 140 Cities and Counties Have Committed to Purchasing Over 2,100 EVs by 2020
Today, at the second-annual Climate Mayors Summit in Honolulu, Hawaii, 127 cities and 15 counties from across 38 states joined the Climate Mayors Electric Vehicle Purchasing Collaborative, and committed to purchasing more than 2,100 electric vehicles by the end of 2020.
Post Update: April 5, 2019 Since its launch six months ago, the Climate Mayors EV Purchasing Collaborative has been hard at work with cities and counties across the United States to support the electrification of public fleets. So far in support of the Collaborative, 43 cities and five counties have committed to procuring a total […]
Retaining Federal EV Tax Credit Vital for U.S. Energy Security and Beating China to EV Market Dominance
In response to the White House announcing its intention to eliminate the federal electric vehicle (EV) tax credit in its proposed budget, in order to save the U.S. government $2.5 billion over 10 years, Electrification Coalition (EC) President and CEO Robbie Diamond issued the following statement: “Eliminating the federal EV tax credit not only exacerbates the economic and national security dangers posed by our oil dependence, but also gives China a vital advantage in the global EV race. Electricity is a bona fide American-made fuel, and switching to electricity will help the Trump administration hit its energy dominance goals by cutting domestic oil consumption and maximizing our petroleum exports.”
In testimony given today to the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, Electrification Coalition (EC) Vice President Ben Prochazka called for an expansion of a series of federal policies designed to boost electric vehicle (EV) adoption.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Electric Vehicle Tax Credit Critical for American Economic and National Security Interests
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 7, 2019 Contact: Alex Adams | 202.461.2374 | email@example.com Electric Vehicle Tax Credit Critical for American Economic and National Security Interests In response to the introduction of the Fairness for Every Driver Act, which aims to eliminate the federal electric vehicle (EV) tax credit, Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE) and […]