The bipartisan bill establishes a calculator that incorporates the cost of fuel, maintenance and repairs over the life of a vehicle, and empowers fleet managers to compare the financial benefits of electric vehicles into the state’s decision-making process as older vehicles are retired and new vehicles are procured.
The state will award funding to school districts to help finance, purchase, and maintain electric school buses, and to install EV charging infrastructure.
Electrification Coalition Applauds Cooper Administration for Electric Transportation Budget Proposals
The plan recommends that $22 million be allocated to the North Carolina Department of Transportation to support electric vehicles and transportation technology innovation, with more than $10 million dedicated to leveraging federal funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law passed in 2021
The report shares key findings from the EC’s Drive Electric Orlando Rental Pilot, through which tourism industry titans incentivized travelers to rent EVs in Orlando.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog post from Todd Mouw, president of ROUSH CleanTech, a partner in the Electrification Coalition Business Council. E-mobility can make a lot of sense financially for many fleets, from transit vehicles to work trucks. The key for fleet operators is to ask important money-related questions at the front end […]
Washington, D.C.— In response to the USPS announcement that it has finalized its contract with Oshkosh Corp. to purchase gasoline-powered vehicles, Electrification Coalition Executive Director Ben Prochazka made the following statement: “It’s beyond disappointing that the USPS has ignored the justified criticisms of its opaque and flawed environmental impact analysis and committed to an […]