For the year ending December 31, 2021, the Commonwealth of Virginia saw an increase in the number of tracked alternative fuel fleet vehicles by 4.6%. At 28,889 vehicles in 101 green fleets, the current percentage of alternative fuel vehicles used in tracked clean fuel Virginia fleets is 44.3 percent of their vehicles. Ethanol, biodiesel, electric, hybrid electric, and propane vehicles made minor net gains in the past year, while the only decrease was seen was compressed natural gas ...
Every year, each Clean Cities coalition submits to the Department of Energy an annual Transportation Technology Deployment report that documents its activities and accomplishments for the previous calendar year. Coalition coordinators, who lead the local coalitions, provide information and data via an online database managed by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). The data characterize membership, funding, projects, and activities of the ...Continue Reading →
In May and June of 2021, Virginia Clean Cities developed a statewide report for Virginia and Washington D.C. to assess the Commonwealth’s Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Projections and 10% Deployment Scenario. The objective of this report is to outline the tools and benefits available to the Commonwealth that ...Continue Reading →
Presented are 13 unique Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Projection and 10% Deployment Scenario reports for major urban areas in Virginia. Localities include, Bristol, Blacksburg, Charlottesville, Fredericksburg, Harrisonburg, Lynchburg, Richmond, Roanoke, Staunton/Waynesboro, Virginia Beach, Washington, DC, Williamsburg, and Winchester.
Reports include electrification projections from the Electric Vehicles Infrastructure Projection tool to obtain and support 10% EV ownership ...
Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (DMME), in cooperation with the Departments of Environmental Quality, Motor Vehicles, and Taxation launched a summer 2020 Electric Vehicle Incentive Working Group. The focus of this effort the feasibility of an electric vehicle rebate program for Virginia, under HB717. Group members are contributing to the what, why, and how an EV incentive could operate in Virginia. Information here relates to that effort and presents ...Continue Reading →
For the year ending December 31, 2020, the Commonwealth of Virginia saw a minor increase in the number of tracked alternative fuel fleet vehicles by 2.3%. At 27,598 vehicles in 101 green fleets, the current percentage of alternative fuel vehicles used in tracked clean fuel Virginia fleets is 42.3 percent of their vehicles. Ethanol, biodiesel, electric and propane vehicles made minor ...Continue Reading →
In 2015, Virginia and Maryland responded to a funding opportunity from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) under the Biofuel Infrastructure Program to form a two-state, Mid-Atlantic Biofuels Infrastructure Partnership (BIP) to install biofuel fueling pumps at 40 fueling stations. The Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (DMME) administered the Program with assistance of Virginia Clean Cities. Program partners included ...Continue Reading →
Hotels, conference centers, and tourist destinations throughout Virginia are looking seriously at electric vehicle charging stations for their visitors and customers. The process of installing an electric vehicle charger is affordable and simple and can lead to new business.
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This year VCC plans to advance five main goals in its annual operating plan; 1) Improve the Commonwealth’s air quality by increasing the reduction in gallons of gasoline equivalents and greenhouse gas emissions, 2) Hold events and raise awareness through outreach to reduce alternative fuel barriers year-round, 3) Serve in a leadership role for the deployment of the Commonwealth of Virginia’s alternative ...Continue Reading →