This week the mayors of Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, Oakland, and Vancouver joined the leaders of the states of Washington, Oregon, California, and the
On June 1st, Governor Brown convened leaders from states, cities and provinces from around the world at the inaugural Subnational Clean Energy Ministerial (SubCEM) in San
To support California’s zero-emission policies, SCE is kicking off the Charge Ready Program by deploying infrastructure to serve qualified electric vehicle (EV) charging
The ability to flexibly manage EV charging can provide a new kind of distributed resource at the grid edge. A forthcoming eLab report highlights the opportunity to realize many
CEC Workshop: Funding Activities and Strategies for Plug In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure June 6th
The California Energy Commission (Energy Commission) staff invites you to participate in a public workshop to discuss the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program (ARFVTP) 2016-17 fiscal year funding activities for plug-in electric vehicle (PEV)
Learn from CleanTechnica about how a newly developed battery for electric buses is helping Proterra make the argument that electric buses may be the best bus option – and
Haven’t dived into California’s new Sustainable Freight Plan yet? Get highlights – including biogas in the San Joaquin Valley and near zero-emissions freight vehicles – from
California Releases Draft California Sustainable Freight Action Plan (Comments Requested by July 6th)
The state has released a Draft California Sustainable Freight Action Plan in response to Governor Brown’s B-32-15 Executive Order, with comments requested on the Draft Plan by July 6th.
Click here to view the 2015 EPIC Program Annual Report. Report Abstract: The California Energy Commission is the state’s primary energy policy and planning
Palo Alto’s City Council adopted the general framework of its Sustainability and Climate Action Plan (S/CAP) at its April 18th meeting, committing to a greenhouse gas emissions reduction goal of 80 percent by 2030.
4/25 CEC Workshop: Lead Commissioner Technology Merit Review Workshop: Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Project Success
As shared on the CEC’s website, Lead Commissioner for Transportation of the California Energy Commission Janea A. Scott will conduct a Technology Merit Review workshop April 25th at 9:00am to highlight key ingredients for successful development of electric
ARB’s 4/4 Low Carbon Transportation, Fuels Investments, and Air Quality Improvement Program Funding Plan Presentation
The presentation from the California Air Resources Board (ARB)’s public workshop to review its low carbon transportation, fuels investments, and air quality improvement
Electric vehicle rollout requires management of a number of different concerns – including new infrastructure, peak electric load and consumption considerations, and customer concerns. In this article from Valley Vision, hear from Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) Manager of the Electric Transportation and Energy & Research Bill Boyce on what SMUD is doing to get the…
Those interested in community choice aggregation (CCA)/community choice energy (CCE), electric vehicle deployment, and other energy programs can find a March 2016
Click here to learn more about four ChargePoint electric vehicle stations coming to the City of Sunnyvale as part of the Bay Area Charge Ahead project.