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USPS Intends to Deploy More Than 66,000 Electric Vehicles by 2028

Environment + Energy Leader

The United States Postal Service announced that it expects to acquire at least 66,000 battery electric delivery vehicles as part of its 106,000-vehicle acquisition plan for deliveries between now and 2028. The post USPS Intends to Deploy More Than 66,000 Electric Vehicles by 2028 appeared first on Environment + Energy Leader.

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Expect $264B of Investment in Electric Vehicle Charging by 2030

Environment + Energy Leader

Global technology company Siemens predicts that the market for wireless EV charging in Europe and North America will reach $2 billion by 2028. The post Expect $264B of Investment in Electric Vehicle Charging by 2030 appeared first on Environment+Energy Leader.

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Will Microsoft Get Its Electricity Made from Helion’s Nuclear Fusion Plant?

Environment + Energy Leader

Microsoft inked a deal to buy electricity from Helion Energy’s fusion nuclear plant starting in 2028. It's a long shot, but it advances the science.

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Subaru doubles its plans for new EVs, targeting 8 models by 2028

Environmental News Bits

It seems like Subaru is finally getting ready to release a full lineup of electric vehicles.

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Accelerating Electric Vehicle Adoption in 2022

Law and Environment

This past year represents a real turning point in the transition to electric vehicles, demonstrated by new major incentives and regulatory activities at both federal and state government levels and several notable accomplishments in the private sector. Post Office plans to deploy over 66,000 EVs by 2028. First, the U.S.

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Statement: Environmental Defence Urges the Government to Strengthen the Clean Electricity Regulations

Enviromental Defense

The current proposal, if adopted, will come up short of the Prime Minister’s net-zero electricity commitment, made at COP 26 in 2021. Continuing to sink costs into plants that are not going to be able to operate come 2035 is not only short-sighted but will come at significant costs to electricity users.

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Statement in Response to Parliamentary Budget Office’s Costing of the Carbon Capture and Hydrogen Investment Tax Credits

Enviromental Defense

The PBO estimates that these two tax credits will collectively provide over $11 billion to carbon capture and hydrogen projects by 2028. The new analysis shows that Minister Freeland’s CCUS tax credit is likely to cost $5.746 billion by 2028. Background Information: The PBO’s analysis costed the two tax credits until 2028.

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