FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Hollye Hills August 17, 2022 [email protected] CLEAN FUELS OHIO EXPANDS WITH PROMOTIONS AND ADDED SENIOR STAFF (COLUMBUS, OHIO) Clean Fuels Ohio is improving and expanding its work to advance the use of alternative fuels with the team promotions [...]
As guidance and notices of funding opportunities (NOFOs) continue to be released for federal funding for alternative fuel vehicles, technologies, and infrastructure through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), Clean Fuels Ohio is tracking all of these opportunities and is your go-to source for staying up-to-date on these opportunities in Ohio. One of the highest profile pieces of the BIL is the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funding program, which allocates $5 billion to states over 5 years (2022-2026) for building out [...]
Electric vehicle and charging station data insights across the US available through EV WATTS programHollye Hills2021-11-18T16:18:02+00:00
The U.S. transportation system is moving toward electrification with plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) adoption and EV charging station infrastructure (EVSE) on the rise. This trend has created a need for up-to-date national data on these technologies as the demand for big data also rises. As fleet managers and decision makers look to utilize all available types of funding and resources on their journey to transportation electrification, the need for high quality electric vehicle (PEV) and electric vehicle charging (EVSE) data also becomes [...]
Clean Fuels Ohio is a proud co-author of the new DriveOhio Freight Electrification report. As the auto industry diversifies into alternative fuels, DriveOhio has released a study outlining the path forward for commercial electrification. Building upon the statewide electric vehicle (EV) charging strategy released last year, this report details existing practices and the future framework needed to facilitate the freight and logistics industries transition to EVs. “Ohio is the crossroads of America; we rank second in intermodal logistics facilities and sixth in [...]
On July 12, Clean Fuels Ohio was included in the submission of five grants to the US Dept. of Energy (DOE) Vehicle Technology Office (VTO) latest round of funding opportunities. Titled the 2021 Low Greenhouse Gas Vehicle Technologies Funding Opportunities, the DOE is investing $62.75 million to improve efficiency and reduce carbon emissions among cars, trucks, and off-road vehicles, including expanding electric vehicles (EV) infrastructure and lower emissions for on- and off-road vehicles. “Getting to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 means we [...]
Ohio currently stands as the nation’s sixth-largest emitter of greenhouse gases, presenting an opportunity for carbon pollution reduction initiatives in the state to make a significant impact. With this incentive, municipalities in Ohio are working together to build a clean energy economy that meets emissions reduction, local investment, and energy independence goals. A major facilitator of this community-led effort across the state is Power a Clean Future Ohio. Power a Clean Future Ohio (PCFO) is a diverse coalition of organizations engaging with [...]
On January 14, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the availability of approximately $46 million in Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) grant funds to support projects aimed at reducing emissions from the nation's existing fleet of older diesel engines. Under this competition, between 40 and 70 awards are anticipated.