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AB 5 is an Opportunity to Protect Workers and the Environment

, Western states policy manager

Among the major issues still being debated by the California Legislature this year is whether to codify a new standard for determining if certain workers must be hired as employees rather than independent contractors. AB 5, authored by Assembly member Lorena Gonzalez, is a top priority for organized labor and, as you might expect, is drawing considerable opposition from some segments of the business community, such as technology, agriculture, and trucking industries.

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More Charging Infrastructure Coming for Electric Trucks and Buses in California

, senior vehicles analyst

Great news from San Francisco today. The California Public Utilities Commission approved San Diego Gas and Electric’s (SDG&E) five-year, $107 million proposal to invest in charging infrastructure for electric trucks and buses. Read more >

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Electric Airport Shuttle Buses Are Taking Off

, senior vehicles analyst

No single policy will solve all of our air quality and climate problems—but incremental progress will help (airport shuttle buses included). Read more >

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How Can We Get More Electric Trucks on the Road?

, senior vehicles analyst

California is considering a policy to drive sales of electric trucks like it has done for sales of electric cars.

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Electric Utilities Can Accelerate Electric Truck and Bus Deployment

, Clean Vehicles Analyst

In my inaugural blog post, I am excited to share a set of recommendations for electric utility investments in electric truck and bus charging programs. Read more >

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