for Grid & Infrastructure
Fleets have higher vehicle miles traveled than passenger vehicles, offering the greatest emissions reduction potential per vehicle over individual owners.
On November 15, President Biden signed the bipartisan infrastructure bill into law, ensuring that upwards of a trillion dollars will be injected into roads, bridges, ports, the electric grid and many other aspects of the nation’s infrastructure in the coming years. The law makes some significant investments in clean energy, although it is by no […]
A series of successive climate disasters has exposed U.S. infrastructure as entirely unfit for the 21st century as storms, drought, wildfire and floods grow increasingly destructive.
More than 1 million people were left without power, and key U.S. oil and gas infrastructure was shut down, as Hurricane Ida tore through Louisiana.
The White House wants to accelerate U.S. EV sales—but prospective owners need charging infrastructure to match.
After passing the $1.9 trillion Covid-19 rescue package, the Biden administration appears ready to go big again with its infrastructure legislation.
Increasing electrification and extreme weather events heightens the importance of a distributed grid.
Millions of Texans are surely thankful that the immediate electricity crisis appears to be over. But the aftermath from the disaster will be felt for much longer.
The brutal cold snap in Texas overwhelmed the state's ill-prepared electricity grid, severely impacting energy production.
Preparing for our transportation future requires a massive infrastructure buildout that better integrates our transportation, electric, and communications networks.