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What to Watch for in Electric Vehicle Development

Date:Wednesday June 24, 2020
Time:10:00 am to 11:30 am Pacific Time
Despite the economic downturn caused by the current pandemic, manufacturers of many stripes are still working hard to bring new electric vehicles to the marketplace. We will take a deep look at electric vehicles ready for purchase and in near-term development throughout the light-, medium-, and heavy-duty categories. You will also learn about multiple procurement routes for adding EVs to your fleet.
Host: Jim Jensen, Director, WSU Green Transportation Program
Presenters: Barry Carr, Clean Communities of Central New York; and Michael Graham, Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition
[Webinar Recording]

Recording: Washington State Electric Highways and Roads: Electric Charging Developments & Opportunities

Original date, April 16, 2020
Developing and installing the infrastructure to charge electric vehicles must go hand in hand with the EV sales to continue the transformation of our transportation system. Hear important updates about the development and installation of new electric vehicle charging infrastructure around the state of Washington, including updates from WSDOT’s Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Partnership Program (EVIPP) and from Electrify America.
Presenters: Tonia Buell, WSDOT, and Andrew Dick, Electrify America
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Recording: The Fleet Procurement Analysis Tool

Date:Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Time: 10:00 to 11:00 AM Pacific Time
Get a detailed introduction to this online tool to evaluate the total cost of ownership for zero emission vehicles. The Fleet Procurement Analysis Tool equips users with decision-relevant information on the financial viability and environmental impact of light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicle fleet procurements. The Microsoft Excel-based tool can evaluate a variety of procurement ownership structures, vehicle types, and procurement scenarios. The tool compares procurements side-by-side on a cost-per-mile basis and provides an analysis of cash flows and location-specific lifecycle emissions. The tool is highly flexible, supports customizable sensitivity variables, and produces user-friendly results summaries.
Presenter: Charles Satterfield, Senior Project Manager, Atlas Public Policy
[Tool Link]
[Webinar Recording]

Slide Deck: Grant Writing webinar

Original date, October 24, 2019
Federal and state agencies regularly post funding opportunities to support adoption of zero emission vehicles by public fleets. Public fleets may also approach private foundations and corporate sponsors to support green transportation initiatives. We hosted this webinar to give people ideas and tools that can help them write successful funding requests. The audience came from public fleets at city and county governments, transit agencies, and school districts, especially from many smaller and medium sized fleets that don’t have dedicated grant writers.
Presenters: Brad Gaolach, WSU, and Marianna Hanefeld, Snohomish County Transportation Coalition
[Webinar Slides] The webinar slide deck is available here.


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