We are excited to work with the Governor's office of Energy Development and facilitate exciting conversation around the future of transportation. We will also be hosting a Ride and Drive during the Summit.
Spring has arrived!
Let's visit our parks, camp with our friends and drive through our scenic state. Range confidence is here to stay, map your route and find chargers along the way
Federal funding opportunities
Department of Energy Invests $19 million in Batteries & Electrification to Enable Extreme Fast Charging read more here
On May 1, 2018, U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry announced up to $68.5 million in funding for early-stage research of advanced vehicle technologies that will enable more affordable mobility, strengthen domestic energy security, and enhance U.S. economic growth.The funding is provided through the Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. Selected projects will address advanced batteries and electrification, light-weight vehicle structures and advanced power trains, technology integration and energy-efficient mobility systems, and engines and fuels.Concept papers are due May 29, 2018, and full applications will be due July 13, 2018. For more information and application requirements, see FOA #DE-FOA-0001919 atEERE Exchange or Grants.gov.
NJPA (National Joint Power Alliance) announced that they have posted on their website the RFP “FLEET MANAGEMENT SERVICES” solicitation. You can access the RFPhere: Current and Pending Solicitations.
EL-51245-A 16 Amp chargers with a 12-foot cord for $477.00
EL-51253-A a 30 AMP charger with a 18-foot cord for $599.00
Together with the Lancer Group, Utah Clean Cities can now offer you Bosch chargers at a reduced price!
How it works:
Purchase a Bosch charger from Utah Clean Cities for $100 less than anywhere else
$25 goes back to the Utah Clean Cities Idle Free school program
Carry a one-year warranty that can be extended to three years if installed by The Lance Group or other certified installer.
Pricing on other Bosch models are available
Green Bikes SLC are back!
Get on your bike and ride!
Go here to find the most convenient stations for you.
Curious how XL hybrids do it?
How It Works:
The XLH hybrid electric drive system consists of an electric traction motor that's been grafted onto the rear driveshaft along with a 1.8-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack and inverter, and an engine control unit to oversee it all. It listens to the truck's ECUs to determine driver input and what the engine is about to do, then it adds its torque to the system, which allows the gas engine to do less work. When a gas engine isn't working as hard as it could be, it's revving lower, using less fuel and producing fewer emissions. The battery pack is charged when decelerating, as the motor reverses and turns into a generator to recharge the small battery pack. The electric motor adds up to 220 pounds-feet of torque to the system, according to XL, and operates at speeds up to 75 mph. The system is also fully warrantied for three years or 75,000 miles. read more here
Proterra, the world's leading developer of heavy-duty battery electric vehicles and charging systems, introduced new high-power charging options to make a 100 percent electric bus fleet more easily achievable.
Utah Clean Cities Executive Director, Tammie Bostick-Cooper will be facilitating a conversation about Developing Fuel Pathways for the Future. Utah Clean Cities will also be hosting a Ride and Drive with our dealership partners!
Cedar City + Southern Utah: Work Electric (June 27)
This is for our members, stakeholders and partners south of the Wasatch Front to come learn and find opportunities to incorporate Electric Vehicles into your fleet
Fleets for the Future:
Best Practices for EV Charging Infrastructure (May 31)