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More Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Coming to Massachusetts

, policy analyst

Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities today approved a proposed $45 million investment in electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

The investments in electric vehicle infrastructure come as part of a complicated rate case that involves a number of important issues related to rate design, energy efficiency and solar energy. But at least on the electric vehicle part, the utilities and the DPU got it right. Read more >

Photo: Steve Fecht/General Motors
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Will Electric Cars Thrive, Survive, or Die Under President Trump?

, senior policy analyst, Clean Vehicles

President Trump just dropped his “America First” energy plan and, not surprisingly, it doesn’t include renewable energy or electric vehicles. It does, however, mention the importance of protecting clean air and clean water though it also encourages the very energy sources that pollute both of these public goods. Weird. Read more >

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Why the Northeast is Ready for Electric Vehicles

, senior policy analyst, Clean 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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Cold Weather Affects Electric Vehicle Range. But Does It Matter?

, senior policy analyst, Clean Vehicles

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 Top 3 Trends to Expect at the LA Auto Show

, senior engineer, Clean Vehicles

The 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show opens this week and we’re there to bring you the latest and greatest on green car tech. Read more >

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