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Electric Vehicles


New Study Finds Electrification Reduces Emissions and Improves Air Quality

A group of researchers found that “Adopting electric end-use technologies instead of fossil-fueled alternatives, known as electrification, is an important economy-wide decarbonization strategy that also reduces criteria pollutant emissions and…



How Rural Communities Can Benefit from the Energy Transition

Economic development can be a challenge for leaders in rural communities. Often, it’s hard to attract businesses to rural areas because the local workforce may not have the skills or…


Inflation Reduction Act: Increased Electrification and Resulting Utility Implications

While the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) provides steps in the right direction by expanding renewable energy development and electrification incentives, it may also lead to a worsening duck curve and…


Switching to an Electric Forklift: How to Calculate the Battery Amp-Hour Capacity

Electrifying forklift fleets has become a priority for many material handling operations that are playing catch-up on this industry trend. Over half of all lift trucks sold in the U.S.…


Can the Power Grid Handle More EVs?

Only about 1% of the 250 million cars, SUVs, and light-duty trucks on American roads are electric vehicles (EVs). But that’s about to change. While it’s difficult to estimate future…


How Lithium-Ion Battery Technology Accelerates Industrial Electrification

Accelerating the transition toward low or net-zero carbon emissions is necessary to keep global warming at theoretically safe levels. In line with the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, countries…