Join Wisconsin Clean Cities & South Shore Clean Cities Jan. 13 for the first installment in the Winter Webinar series, the Medium- and Heavy-Duty Electric Operations Webinar! Hear about a variety of options available for your operations, upcoming funding opportunities & how the Clean Cities coalitions can help you with the process. Scheduled speakers include Anthony Maietta of U.S. EPA Region 5, Michael Morton of Alta Equipment Company, Ryan Zic of ROUSH CleanTech, Ryan Lisek of South Shore Clean Cities & Kurt Neutgens of Orange EV. The Webinar is free, but registration is required. Register here
U.S. DOE announces $128 million for sustainable transportation research
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) on Dec. 10 announced an investment of up to $128 million in funding for research & development of sustainable transportation resources & technologies, split between three separate funding opportunity announcements. The Vehicle Technologies Office funding opportunity (up to $60 million), supports priorities in batteries & electrification, advanced engine & fuel technologies, materials, mobility systems & transportation & energy analysis. Learn more about all of the funding opportunities here. Questions? Contact WCC Executive Director Lorrie Lisek at email@example.com.