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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Why the Northeast is Ready for Electric Vehicles

Nearly half of all the electric vehicles (EVs) sold in the US have been sold in California. Is this because only Californians are interested in using EVs to go get tangerines from that guy on the off-ramp over by the 2? Read more >

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Here are the Top 5 New Clean Cars for 2017

In the market for a new car that can save you money on fuel and cut your emissions? Here are some of the top clean cars scheduled to hit showrooms in 2017. Read more >

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The Tesla Model 3: What It Means for the Electric Car Industry

There have been lines for the Model 3 across the U.S. and around the world. I think even Tesla CEO Elon Musk was surprised at this initial level of enthusiasm. Read more >

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Cold Weather Affects Electric Vehicle Range. But Does It Matter?

Although cold weather impacts electric vehicles, the real question is whether that impact matters. To find out, I interviewed UCS members who drive electric vehicles in frigid places across the U.S. Here’s what they said. Read more >

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The Koch Political Machine Targets Electric Vehicle Policies. Here’s Why That’s Wrong

The HuffPo recently alleged that everyone’s favorite multibillionaires, Charles and David Koch, are planning to spend $10 million per year to assault government incentives for electric vehicles. Why all the fuss? It could be because some of Koch Industries’ $115 billion annual revenue is derived from oil refineries and pipelines. Or, it could be because the Koch’s believe that the government “should not pick winners or losers.” Read more >

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