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A Utility’s Perspective: Planning, Deployment and Lessons Learned for Medium and Heavy-Duty Vehicle Electrification
Oct 9, 11 am ET
Hosted by Triangle Clean Cities, Centralina Clean Cities, Land of Sky Clean Vehicles and PINC
In our third and final webinar in the series, you will hear perspectives from one of the nation’s largest investor-owned utilities: Duke Energy. You will learn about the power and planning considerations for medium- and heavy-duty operators and how utilities can help with future transportation and infrastructure planning. Case studies from various Duke Energy service territories will also be discussed.
Fleet Electrification Part 1: EV Market Watch – Work Trucks
Sept 30, 3 pm ET
Hosted by Louisiana Clean Fuels Coalition
Learn about the current electric work vehicles on the market! Topics include EV 101, charging basics, EV market trends and the general specs, performance, and release of dates of light, medium, and heavy-duty electric work trucks.
Electrification of Transportation and Climate Change Impacts
Sept 30, 2 pm ET
Hosted by NC Clean Energy Technology Center
NC Governor Roy Cooper will discuss North Carolina’s focus and efforts toward electrification and reduction of transportation emissions. Automotive and truck OEMs, and national non-profit organizations involved in transportation electrification and air quality will be on the panel. Part of the now virtual Sustainable Fleet Technology Conference.
Whether it is electric vehicles, biodiesel and alternative fuels, or exciting new technology we have got all sorts of events just for you.
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Want To Learn More?
Check out the following links for more webinars and events. Our network of Clean Cities Coalitions is constantly updating it with new opportunities! If you missed an event, don’t worry, some of them have been recorded.