The expanding availability of electric cars, trucks, buses and fast-charging equipment highlights the immense potential to transition the U.S. transportation sector to electric For Immediate Release:Oct. 20, 2021 Contacts: Julie Sutor, Director of Communications, Electrification Coalition, 970-409-9461 Noah Barnes, Director of Communications, Plug In America, 323-333-8010 Pita Juárez, Communications Director, Chispa, 602-413-4421 WASHINGTON, D.C. – […]
HARRISBURG, Penn. – Dozens of Pennsylvania policymakers and state staff explored the latest models of electric vehicles Tuesday at the state capitol at a ride-and-drive hosted by the Electrification Coalition and several leading vehicle manufacturers. The event featured one heavy-duty vehicle and 10 different light-duty models available to consumers and fleets. Featured electric vehicles included […]
April 14, 2021 Businesses Call on Virginia Governor to Support Electric Trucks and Buses Forty-nine businesses urged Gov. Northam to join multi-state agreement to electrify medium- and heavy-duty vehicles Washington, D.C.— Dozens of businesses, including vehicle manufacturing leaders, urged Gov. Ralph Northam to support the electrification of trucks and buses throughout the commonwealth Wednesday. The […]
The EC brought together scores of electric vehicle policymakers, industry experts, and advocates for an informative and collaborative day-long session about how to accelerate EV adoption in North Carolina, the second in a series of state EV Policy Bootcamps the EC is holding across six states.
The Electrification Coalition partnered with Smart Columbus to host a three-part webinar series to talk about the successful electrification program in Columbus, Ohio, which won the U.S. Department of Transportation Smart City Challenge in 2016.
The EC brought together 120 electric vehicle policymakers, industry experts, and advocates for an informative and collaborative day-long session about how to accelerate EVs in Pennsylvania, the first in a series of state EV Policy Bootcamps across six states.