Announced-Public Webinars for Florida’s VW Diesel Emissions Mitigation Program

Kaitlin Reed Online Article

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection announces two webinars to inform the public about the development of Florida’s State Beneficiary Mitigation Plan under the Volkswagen Diesel Emissions Environmental Mitigation Trust. These public informational webinars coincide with a 60-day period for all persons to complete an online public survey, the results of which the Department will use in developing Florida’s State Beneficiary Mitigation Plan. Please read the following article for information regarding the webinars.

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The Future Of US EVs : Interview With The Electric Power Research Institute

Kaitlin Reed Online Article

The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) has estimated that by 2050, 70–90% of all EV driver fueling will be done either at home or work. There are many pieces to the electric vehicle and charging infrastructure puzzle in the US and Dan Bowermaster, the program manager for Electric Transportation at EPRI, answered some questions recently about what the EV future for America might look like

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Electric Vehicle Fleets

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According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, there are more that 11 million fleet cars and trucks in the United States. Fleet vehicles regularly cover predictable routes and often return to central depots at night, making them excellent candidates for conversion to electric.

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Chairman’s Message

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Lobbyist Summit

The Second Annual Drive Electric Florida Lobbyist Summit was held in Tallahassee on Thursday, January 18. The purpose of the Summit is to bring together the governmental affairs representatives of DEF member organizations for meetings with our state legislators. This year in particular has several legislative proposals that impact our industry.

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