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Distributed Energy Resources  -  March 23, 2022

California Energy Commission Supports Rideshare Electrification

The California Energy Commission (CEC) gave two Charging Access for Reliable On-Demand Transportation Services (CARTS) grants to EVgo Inc. to support its partnership with Uber.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  March 18, 2022

Picnic Delivers with EVs

Picnic, an online-only supermarket present in 200 cities across the Netherlands, Germany, and France, is using EVs for deliveries.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  March 18, 2022

Volvo Cars Adds EV Charging at Starbucks Stores

Volvo Car USA and Starbucks are collaborating to establish the first public EV charging network at the coffee company’s U.S. stores beginning this summer.

GHG Emissions  -  March 18, 2022

California Universities Seek Approval for Pilot to Lower GHG Emissions

California universities could lower their GHG emissions by participating in a pilot program with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E).

Solar  -  March 17, 2022

Catholic University Joins Community Solar Partnership

The Catholic University of America will add a community solar array on its campus in northeast D.C.

March 15, 2022

Mercedes-Benz Opens Alabama Battery Plant

Mercedes-Benz opened a new battery plant in Bibb County, Alabama, a few months ahead of the start of production of all-electric Mercedes-EQ vehicles in the U.S.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  March 14, 2022

PG&E and Ford Collaborate on EV Charging

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and Ford Motor Company announced a collaboration exploring how Ford’s new F-150 Lightning EV can interact with the electric grid and provide electric reliability benefits.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  March 11, 2022

Smart Energy Voices - Episode 60: Challenges and Opportunities for EV Charging at Scale

In this episode of Smart Energy Voices, host John Failla has a conversation with Neha Palmer, CEO and Co-Founder of TeraWatt Infrastructure. Many also know her as the former Head of Energy Strategy at Google. Neha recently wrote an article for Wired titled “Electric Vehicle Charging is the Next Billion-Dollar Market.” She spoke about the potential and challenges of the transition to vehicle fleet electrification. At Google, Neha drove a large part of the adoption of renewables, so you won’t want to miss out on her insight into this critical topic.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  March 4, 2022

DocGo to Begin Using All Electric Ambulance

DocGo, a provider of mile mobile health services and integrated medical mobility, received delivery of an all-electric zero emission ambulance.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  March 1, 2022

Toyota, Isuzu and Hino Motors to Electrify Buses

Isuzu Motors Limited (Isuzu), Hino Motors, Ltd. (Hino), and Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) announced that they plan to strengthen their efforts to electrify buses to reach carbon neutrality by 2050.

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