Josh Goldman

Lead policy analyst, Clean Vehicles

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Josh Goldman is a lead policy analyst, managing legislative and regulatory campaigns to help develop and advance policies that reduce U.S. oil use. See Josh's full bio.

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Dude, Where’s My Car (Charging Station)? How Public Charging Is a Centerpiece of a U.S. Department of Transportation Initiative

There are nearly 15,000 public charging stations for electric vehicles in the U.S., but there hasn’t been a great way to navigate to those spots without an app or internet access – until now. Read more >

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The State of the Electric Car Market in 4 Charts and Graphs

I’m guessing that over the past 3 months (or more), your news feed has been dominated by election-related stories. So you may have missed the recent good news about the electric vehicle (EV) market in the United States. To bring you up to speed (and provide a brief break from election hullaballoo) here are 4 graphs that explain what’s been happening in the world of EVs. Read more >

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The Federal Government Wants to Regulate Autonomous Vehicles: Here’s What You Need To Know

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has issued a 112 page guidance policy aimed at guiding the introduction of autonomous vehicles (AVs) in the United States. This is a big deal because AVs are coming to a driveway near you—sooner than you may think—and mark the first step in a multi-year regulatory effort that will ultimately become binding on the AV industry. Read more >

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The Science of Car Sharing: Can Shared Vehicle Services Reduce Transportation Emissions?

I’m a fan of car sharing services. But to what extent do they increase, or decrease, global warming pollution? Read more >

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What’s One of the Biggest Things You Can Do to Reduce Your Emissions?

TL;DR: Choose the most fuel efficient vehicle possible, or better yet, an electric vehicle. Read more >

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