Tag: charging infrastructure

Impact & Regulations

Pennsylvania announces $20M for electric vehicle charging infrastructure

April 8, 2024

Via: Transportation Today

On Thursday, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announce it had received $20 million in federal funding for building out the electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The money, part of the federal National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) funding, will build out […]


How a Georgia Plant Helps Solve a Huge EV Supply Chain Kink

March 30, 2023

Via: Transport Topics

In a reused half-century-old factory about an hour east of Atlanta, a Massachusetts company is on the front lines of expanding the American electric vehicle supply chain. And it all starts with recycling. Ascend Elements’ new facility near Covington Municipal […]

Shipping, Vehicles

Supply chain woes may delay EVs but delivery fleets can’t wait

June 6, 2022

Via: FreightWaves

Supply chain issues may be pushing back deliveries of electric vehicles, but that doesn’t mean last-mile delivery fleets looking to adopt can sit back and wait. “Fleets may think they have plenty of time … but sometimes it will take […]

Infrastructure, Travel & Public Transit

Edmonton Transit Unveils New Proterra Buses, Charging Infrastructure

July 24, 2020

Via: Metro Magazine

Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) and Proterra unveiled its first 21 Proterra electric buses and brand new, purpose-built electric bus garages. ETS has 19 more Proterra buses on the way this year to make up a 40-bus fleet, one of the […]


LA’s Teaming up With Other Cities to Get Cheaper EVs

September 11, 2018

Via: Wired

IT’S TIME FOR a new car. You’ve put it off as long as possible, but your old clunker guzzles gasoline—on the days it decides to start. You’ve dreaded this moment because buying a car stinks. Negotiating the right deal is […]