A project manager for a recent report on Minnesota’s carbon goals talks about the importance of “flexible load.”
Ellen Hughes-Cromwick, a senior economist at the University of Michigan’s Energy Institute, discusses the “intersection of energy, economics, policy, and human behavior.”
Advocates in Minnesota agree that electric vehicle owners should help pay for roads, but raise questions about the fairness of a new $75 fee intended to offset lost gasoline tax revenue.
Advocates pushing to expand electric vehicle adoption across the Midwest are “a little disappointed” in the selection of U.S. cities to receive funding for EV infrastructure under last year’s Volkswagen settlement.
A coalition of six Midwest clean energy groups are seeking a share of $1.2 billion allocated for zero-emissions vehicles as part of last year’s settlement in Volkswagen’s emissions-cheating scandal.