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Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 24, 2022

Hyundai Invests $10B in U.S., EV Battery Plant

Hyundai Motor Group (HMG), reaffirmed its commitment to expanding investment in the U.S. with plans to spend over USD $10 billion to accelerate innovation and mobility electrification.

May 23, 2022 - By Dr. Wolfgang Bauer, Michigan State University

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Needs a Fundamental Redesign

While electric vehicles presently only amount to a small percentage of new vehicles purchased in the US, now is time to make plans for how to charge all these EVs once they become the dominant form of transportation. Dr. Wolfgang Bauer of Michigan State University offers a solution: swappable batteries.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 20, 2022

Smart Energy Voices Podcast: Best Practices in Vehicle Fleet Electrification

In this episode of Smart Energy Voices, host John Failla introduces Gary Glasscock of the City of Houston and Ryan Martin of EVolve Houston. This panel conversation highlights the innovative public-private partnership between these two groups as the city moves towards a 2030 goal to convert its nonemergency, light-duty vehicles to EVs.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 13, 2022

Arizona Universities Partner for Carbon-Neutral Goals

Three Arizona public universities formed an interdisciplinary coalition with four energy providers to achieve a carbon neutral economy in Arizona and establish a regional clean hydrogen hub.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 13, 2022

Connecticut EV Charging Program Begins in June

The first electric vehicle (EV) managed charging program in Connecticut, established by the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA), is an effort to develop statewide EV charging infrastructure.

Energy Storage  -  May 11, 2022

DOE Provides $3B For Battery Manufacturing

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $3.1 billion in funding from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to make more batteries and components in America.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 11, 2022

United Rentals Invests in Electric Trucks

United Rentals, Inc., an equipment rental company, announced a new agreement with Ford Pro to purchase EVs for its North American rental and company fleets.

Energy Storage  -  May 9, 2022

PG&E Begins Home EV Charging Pilot Program

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) will develop three new pilot programs to test how bidirectional EVs and chargers can provide power to the electric grid and other benefits to customers.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 3, 2022

Daimler Buses Offers CO2-Neutral Vehicles

Daimler Buses aims to offer locally CO2-neutral vehicles based on batteries and hydrogen in every segment by 2030 and will focus initially on the core markets of Europe and Latin America.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  April 29, 2022

DocGo Transports Patients in Electric Ambulance

DocGo and Jefferson Health, which provides a range of primary care to highly specialized care through hospitals and outpatient locations, announced that they have partnered to transport the first patient in DocG.

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