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Trump-aligned automakers would be barred from federal sales under new bill

January 22, 2020

Bay Area Rep. Mark DeSaulnier is throwing another jab in California’s battle with the Trump administration over climate change policy.

San Francisco Chronicle


Inside the new Uber-style bus service in Sacramento. Will you ditch your car?

January 22, 2020

Starting Monday, bus and rail agency Sacramento Regional Transit will launch a major expansion of an experimental service that invites residents and workers in nine local communities, including downtown, to leave their cars in the garage and instead summon a door-to-door ride-share shuttle bus called SmaRT Ride.

Sacramento Bee


Sacramento-area commuters are turning to a ‘car-lite’ lifestyle. Here’s how you can, too

January 22, 2020

What is the car-lite lifestyle? There is no set definition. But if you leave your car at home for one commute per week, or for a Saturday or evening outing and instead ride your bike, take light rail to a Kings’ game or carpool in an Uber, you’re going car-lite.

Sacramento Bee


Trump is wrong: California’s clean vehicle policies can make America great again

December 16, 2019

Far from hurting US carmakers, California’s zero-emission ecosystem has allowed cutting-edge electric carmaking and self-driving technology to flourish. Trump should extend clean-car policies nationwide to create the world’s biggest zero-emission vehicle market – before China gets there.

South China Morning Post


The Transportation Revolution

December 13, 2019

How we get around is rapidly evolving, and more change is coming

Comstock's Magazine


Electric vehicle fees won’t fix the transportation funding gap

December 11, 2019

Imposing new fees on electric vehicles now could disrupt the momentum that is slowly building in the market for more efficient, sustainable vehicles.

CalMatters


The problem that stumps Calif.’s top EV researchers

November 1, 2019

California may be the nation’s whiz kid on electric vehicle policy, but its own top researchers think the state may be starting to push up against the limit of what it can do to boost sales.

E&E News


Oil companies are thinking about a low-carbon future, but aren’t making big investments in it yet

October 23, 2019

The global oil industry stands at a crossroads. Corporate leaders are weighing how closely to stay wedded to their legacy business – finding, extracting and refining fossil energy – versus preparing for an uncertain low-carbon future.

The Conversation


EVs To The Rescue: Lessons From A California Blackout

October 17, 2019

When the lights went out in California last week, one resident used the power stored in his electric vehicle (EV) to keep his oxygen machine up and running. That story, repeated with variations around the state, called attention to a vision of the future where people use their electric cars and trucks to power homes and businesses.

FreightWaves


Navigating the complicated world of EV charging

October 8, 2019

Electric cars: the future of transportation. At least, that always seems to be the message. We often hear that electricity is cheaper than gas and better for the environment, and that going electric is one of the most effective ways to reduce your personal carbon footprint.

KCRW


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