This case study highlights the efforts of leaders in Raleigh, North Carolina to pave the way for successful deployment of plug-in vehicles and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) infrastructure.
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This case study describes Los Angeles, California's efforts and successes in deploying plug-in vehicles and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) infrastructure.
This website provides data and trends related to alternative fuels and vehicles. Here, policymakers, entrepreneurs, fuel users and other parties can find information about vehicle and infrastructure deployment, fuel use, vehicle availability, and other data.
This report describes problems that occured at the sites where ethanol buses were demonstrated within the BioEthanol for Sustainable Transport (BEST) project and how they were solved.
This paper summarizes the components of plug-in electric vehicle (PEVs) infrastructure, challenges and opportunities related to the design and deployment of the infrastructure and the potential benefits such as the opportunity to reduce oil consumption by drawing power from the electric grid.
This report describes how the ISO 50001 standard is a flexible voluntary standard that can be used to help countries and industries meet climate change mitigation goals.
This aim of this book is to develop specific proposals for greening China’s financial system based on an analysis of current practice in China and an exchange of experience with international experts.
This report—which is based on a country-by-country assessment of supply, demand, renewable energy potential and technology prospects—recommends 14 actions to accelerate the Africa’s renewable energy uptake in Africa.
This report examines the worldwide market for energy efficiency and provides energy efficiency market snapshots that review important drivers and developments in selected international energy agency (iea) countries.
This report highlights the many factors that have affected energy efficiency progress in 85 countries, representing more than 90% of global consumption.