East Tennessee Clean Fuels and partners are bringing back the Sustainable Transportation Forum & Expo (STF&E) for the ninth year in-person and adding the first-ever Drive Electric Tennessee Momentum Summit! STF&E is all-inclusive with regard to more sustainable transportation options, while the Momentum Summit will be an EV-centric conference. Visit the website to learn more… Read More.
Tune in to hear alternative fuel experts discuss the current market status of ethanol, biodiesel, and renewable diesel, including vehicle usage, prices, and availability. In this episode of On the Go, Kristi Moriarty from NREL and Scott Irwin from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign discuss current production and consumption of these fuels. They share insights… Read More.
The Justice40 Initiative supports the federal goal that at least 40% of the benefits of certain federal investments flow to disadvantaged communities. The potential investment benefits are wide ranging, including access to clean energy, cleaner transportation, cleaner air, and training for clean energy jobs. For those planning energy and environmental justice projects, identifying communities and… Read More.
Engaging community members from the very beginning of project planning can result in solutions designed for unique local needs, make technology solutions more impactful, and help ensure projects have more equitable outcomes. In this episode of On the Go, listen to NREL social scientists Paty Romero Lankao and Nicole Rosner discuss how community engagement can… Read More.
Tune in to listen to electric vehicle (EV) deployment experts talk about their work building out Oklahoma’s charging network. This episode features Eric Pollard from the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments, which houses Central Oklahoma Clean Cities, and Leon Ashford from the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality. They share insights from the ChargeOK program, which… Read More.