Ryan Bodanyi, CSE’s senior specialist for clean transportation, addressed this question in a February 26 presentation at the 22nd Annual Energy, Utility & Environment Conference (EUEC). The EUEC is one of the largest events of its kind, featuring thousands of delegates, 400 expert speakers and top officials from utilities and environmental regulators nationwide.
Los residentes de bajos ingresos que viven en vecindarios de California rodeados de autopistas y carreteras se ven impactados de manera desproporcionada por la contaminación del aire arrojada por los millones de camiones de carga diésel y automóviles a gasolina en circulación.
As a recent college graduate, I’ve noticed that most of my peers are moving to large cities, such as Boston, New York or San Francisco, where cars are not an integral part of daily life. In fact, many residents of these urban areas find that car ownership is more of a hassle than a convenience due to lack of parking availability and heavy traffic.
Lower-income residents living in California neighborhoods surrounded by freeways and highways are disproportionately impacted by air pollution spewed by the millions of gasoline-powered cars and diesel cargo trucks on the road.
New online resources are now available to help Californians finance and install plug-in electric vehicle (EV) charging equipment at public locations to meet the growing demands of plug-in EV drivers.
On behalf of the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project, CSE President Larry Goldenhersh awarded city of Chula Vista Mayor Mary Casillas Salas a $150,000 check for the purchase of 15 electric cars for the city’s fleet at a press conference held March 27. The 12 Hyundai Ioniqs and three Chevy Bolts will be deployed in support of Chula Vista’s senior volunteer patrol and code enforcement programs.
Eastside Sol, a festive annual celebration of community and sustainability in Boyle Heights is a harmonious affair that always leads to fun and a treasured community gathering in Northeast Los Angeles (NELA).
Although some recent work by the Union of Concerned Scientists and the Consumer’s Union shows encouraging signs about electric vehicle (EV) awareness generally in California, roughly 75 percent of those surveyed did not know the state offers significant rebates for electric cars and 80
California Energy Commission approves up to $200M for charging installations in support of an estimated 1.5 million EVs in state by 2025
The California Energy Commission has awarded CSE a $15 million grant to develop and implement an initiative to install more electric vehicle charging stations statewide by creating financial incentive projects.