Michigan has the potential to be the center of a 21st century automotive industry powered by electricity, writes Laura Sherman of the Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council.
A coalition of environmental groups and the state’s largest cities say all of the money should go toward electrification.
How big of a cut to greenhouse gas emissions can $47 million buy? It might be less than you think.
Wichita, Kansas, next month will become the state’s first city to roll out electric buses, with Topeka on track to follow it.
The first round of spending includes $1.7 million to install 66 chargers at 22 sites outside of the Twin Cities metro area.