Technology Happy Hour: VA Transformer Corporation

Join us and Shankar Mukherjee, Vice President of Market Development and Product Management at Virginia Transformer Corporation, on February 16th at 4:00 PM for an in-depth conversation covering the theme “Implementing Next-Gen Smart and Efficient EV Charging Infrastructure!” Shankar will be discussing topics surrounding the effects of lead times on the transformer industry, whether there is ...

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Technology Happy Hour: Highland

On July 21st, Highland joined Virginia Clean Cities for the Technology Happy Hour. Claire Alford, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Associate on the Market Development team at Highland Electric Fleets, shared how Highland’s electric fleet subscription model can bring electric school buses to fleets across the nation from large to small. 

Right now is a big time for electric school buses with the first round of the EPA’s Clean School Bus Program Funding Open (applications close on August ...

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Technology Happy Hour: Cummins New Power

On February 17th, 2022, Wido Westbroek, Senior Director of Fuel Cell Strategic Projects for Cummins was the featured speaker for the Virginia Clean Cities Technology Happy Hour. Wido, along with support from Anne Oluyombo and Kevin Shaw on the Cummins team, joined Virginia Clean Cities to talk about the great work being done with battery-electric, fuel cell, and hydrogen-production technologies.

Cummins has been a giant in the transportation field for more than 100 years and the Cummins New Power team ...

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Technology Happy Hour: Lonestar Specialty Vehicles

On January 20th, 2022 Chas Mease, EV Fleet Sales for Lonestar Specialty Vehicles was the featured speaker for the Virginia Clean Cities Technology Happy Hour. 

Lonestar Specialty Vehicles, with 24 full-service dealerships across the country, manufactures turnkey electric vehicle solutions for the commercial vehicle market. Lonestar’s terminal tractors (also known as shunt trucks, spotter trucks, yard trucks, yard shifters, yard dogs, yard goats, yard horses, yard birds, yard jockeys, hostlers, or mules) improve productivity, reduce ...

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Curbside Charging: A Model Ordinance for Cities and Counties

In 2021, the United States and Virginia are at an approximate 2% adoption rate of Electric Vehicles (EVs). In order to support the new EVs that will be hitting the road in the coming years and expand EV access to all people, we will need to increase the availability of electric vehicle chargers. 

Photo courtesy of Sarah Moore, Berkeley Residential Curbside EV Charging Pilot Program

Planning EV infrastructure can seem like a daunting task, ...

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