EV Update: PG&E to Deploy EV Charging Stations in Low-Income Communities

A BIG YEAR FOR EV EQUITY It’s been an exciting 12 months for electric vehicle equity. Some highlights: Almost a year ago, to the day, the three biggest utilities in California submitted $1 billion in proposals aimed at electrifying cars,…
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Electric Buses and Trucks Can Deliver Opportunity in California by Cutting Poverty and Pollution

Heavy-duty vehicles are the single largest source of smog-forming pollution in California. Transportation emissions endanger public health and hurt low-income communities and communities of color the most because these communities are more likely to be located near busy roads, highways,…
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5 Steps for Electric Vehicle Equity

ICYMI (in case you missed it), last week we launched a comprehensive online toolkit, “Electric Vehicles for All: An Equity Toolkit,” aimed at helping advocates, public officials, and corporate executives throughout the nation bring electric vehicle benefits to communities most…
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Mo’ Money, Mo’ EVs: More Electric Car Rebates Available for Low-income Californians

California continues to be a national leader on electric vehicle (EV) equity. Yesterday (March 29, 2016), California took a critical step in getting new EVs into the hands of low-income drivers. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) changed eligibility requirements…
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