Entries for year: 2019

Good News! Clean Transportation Industry Wins Big in Final FY 2020 Spending Bill

December 23, 2019

Clean Transportation Industry Wins Big in Final FY 2020 Spending Bill

The President signed the FY2020 spending bill last week. The House passed the bill on Tuesday, with the Senate approving it in short order, and culminating with the President signing it into law before the December 20th funding deadline. The bill includes a number of key provisions, which we have been suggesting for several years.

The bill extends key alternative fuel tax incentives that have been expired since the end of 2017. Specifically, it extends:

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Notice of Intent to Issue Funding Opportunity: Fiscal Year 2020

December 13, 2019

Notice of Intent to Issue Funding Opportunity:

Fiscal Year 2020

Advanced Vehicle Technologies Research

The U.S. Department of Energy's Vehicle Technologies Office has released a notice of intent to issue a funding announcement (FOA) titled "Fiscal Year 2020 Advanced Vehicle Technologies Research FOA". This FOA is aimed at supporting the growth of advanced vehicle technologies to strengthen national security, economic growth and increase the affordability of transportation for Americans. It will include Technology Integration projects that deploy alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure that partner with Clean Cities Coalitions. Potential project topics may include the following:


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Tags: EV CHARGING · HEAVY DUTY VEHICLES · Workplace Charging · VEHICLES · LPG · TRANSIT BUS · Incentives · CNG · LNG · Propane · Electric · Hydrogen

Lowest Cost of Ownership

November 25, 2019


Energy dot gov Office of Energy Efficiency and renewable energy

Vehicle Technologies Office

Transportation Analysis Fact of the Week #1109



November 25, 2019


All-Electric Vehicles Have the Lowest Estimated Annual Fuel Cost of All Light-Duty Vehicles

The estimated annual fuel costs for model year (MY) 2019 all-electric light-duty vehicles are the lowest of all the different vehicle technologies, ranging from a low of $500 to a high of $900 per year. The annual fuel costs for plug-in hybrid-electric vehicles, which can fuel with gasoline and electricity, are next lowest, and are heavily influenced by the electric range of the vehicle. Hybrid-electric vehicles, which are fueled only with gasoline, generally use their technology for maximizing fuel economy; however, because some models use their hybrid systems to boost performance rather than to increase fuel economy, not all hybrid vehicles have low fuel costs. Conventional gasoline vehicles for MY 2019 have estimated annual fuel costs ranging from $1,000 to $4,100—the widest range, with the most vehicle models available.

Annual Fuel Cost Ranges by Technology Type, MY 2019

Note: All annual vehicle fuel costs are rounded to the nearest $50. Annual fuel cost estimates are based on combined city/highway fuel economy, 15,000 annual miles, and the following fuel prices: $2.55 regular gasoline; $3.00 premium gasoline; $2.85 diesel; and $0.13 electricity per kilowatt-hour.

Source: U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Fuel Economy Data, accessed October 1, 2019.

View the supporting data for this Fact of the Week


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Tags: EV CHARGING · Electric

ACT Expo - Registrations Open

November 22, 2019

Early Bird Registration is Open for 2020 ACT Expo!


Photo of exhibitors hall with text overlay: Save with Early Bird Registration Rates! Register by January 31st and secure your spot at ACT Expo 2020!

Join us May 11-14, 2020, at the Long Beach Convention Center in Southern California for the Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo.

ACT Expo is the largest advanced transportation technology and clean fleet event in North America. Each year, the show serves as the official meeting place for transportation executives looking to gain insight and hands-on access to the fuels, technologies, and vehicles driving the future of transportation.

Visit the website to view the 2020 educational sessions, confirmed exhibitors, and more: www.actexpo.com.

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Tags: HEAVY DUTY VEHICLES · Workplace Charging · Events · Hybrid · VEHICLES · LPG · TRANSIT BUS · Incentives · CNG · LNG · Propane · Electric · Hydrogen · Legislation


November 12, 2019

           DOWNLOAD THE NEW EPRI CONSUMER GUIDE TO                                         ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING


                           A MUST HAVE!

Download your copy by clicking below:

http://www.alabamacleanfuels.org/blog/assets/content/EPRI 2019 Consumer Guide to EV.pdf




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