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Electric Vehicle Program Director – RES Energy Institute

West Virginia University Research Office is currently accepting applications for an Electric Vehicle Program Director with the Energy Institute.

About the Opportunity

As an Electric Vehicle Program Director, you will be responsible for assisting with strategic planning and development of, and then executing, the NAFTC’s AFV/EV education, training, and outreach mission. While the incumbent is expected to embrace all alternative fuels, the incumbent will have a particular focus on electric vehicles (EVs), including ...

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East Coast Commercial ZEV Corridor

New funding awarded to project including Virginia

This month, the U.S. Department of Energy announced assistance to Virginia communities, fleets and our neighboring states to accelerate the creation of zero-emission vehicle corridors that expand the nation’s electric vehicle (EV) charging and hydrogen (H2) infrastructure.

The Department has awarded $7.4 million to seven projects to develop medium- and heavy-duty electric vehicle (EV) charging and hydrogen corridor infrastructure plans that will benefit millions of drivers across ...

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Virginia Alternative Transportation Fuels Report 2022

For the year ending December 31, 2022, the Commonwealth of Virginia saw an increase in the number of tracked alternative fuel fleet vehicles by 0.2%. At 28,892 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. Hybrid electric, electric, and propane vehicles made minor net gains in the past year, while no net fleet ...

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What is CMAQ?

What is the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) program? How is funding for the program distributed? Are alternative fuel and advanced vehicle projects eligible for funding through CMAQ?

CMAQ is jointly administered by two agencies of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) – Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) – with an overarching goal of ...

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VCC at JMU Hiring for TWO Team Roles

Virginia Clean Cities, based in Harrisonburg Virginia, is reaching out to identify candidates for two career positions with the organization.  Please respond soon as the search closes on Sept 24, 2020.

VCC is hiring for a Program Coordinator!  This is a critical role for the Coalition, and Coordinators engage a range of projects and stakeholder opportunities.  This is a career ...

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Sustainable Energy Fair – Save the Date!

Harrisonburg-Rockingham Sustainable Energy Fair!

The Center for Wind Energy is pleased to be hosting the First Annual Harrisonburg-Rockingham Sustainable Energy Fair on Sunday, October 7th .

This FREE event will empower homeowners through a showcase of sustainability efforts that include but are not limited to hearing from: renewable energy installers, green building developers, and home ...

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Volvo VNL 300 Daycab Now Available With Cummins ISX12N Engine

July 25, 2018

Volvo VNL by Volvo Trucks

Volvo Trucks North America announced its new Volvo VNL 300 daycab now is available with the Cummins ISX12N near-zero natural gas engine, providing an alternative fuel solution for pickup and delivery and regional-haul operations.

“The low carbon footprint, expanded delivery and distribution infrastructure, abundant supply and stable pricing of ...

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DOE Seeks Streamlined Rules For Hydrogen Infrastructure Development

By Betsy Lillian | June 18, 2018

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced increased collaboration with stakeholders to reduce regulatory barriers on the development of hydrogen infrastructure.

Daniel Simmons – principal deputy assistant secretary of energy efficiency and renewable energy – has issued a new request for information (RFI), through which the DOE hopes to identify priority research and development areas to reduce the regulatory barriers affecting the implementation of hydrogen technologies, as well as potential courses of action ...

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4 Ways School Districts Can Clean Buses & Boost Bottom Lines

by Robert Veazie | May 9, 2018

Over 25 million children rely on buses each day for safe transport to and from school. With nearly half a million school buses on U.S. roads, it is one of the largest mass transit systems in the country.

Subsequently, school bus fleets are a costly expense to school districts, especially when older diesel models and inefficient practices hinder fuel economy savings and limit access to tax incentives. Even more troubling, diesel buses manufactured pre-2007 pose ...

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Montpelier Installs Chargers for Electric Car Drivers


Seven U.S. states and 16 major automakers are launching a joint $1.5 million advertising campaign to prod Americans to buy electric vehicles.

Automakers are investing billions of dollars to develop dozens of new EVs in the face of regulatory requirements, but face slow U.S. sales.

General Motors Co, Volkswagen AG, Toyota Motor Corp and many other companies, along with Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont.

The campaign, dubbed “Drive Change. Drive Electric,” will focus on ...

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