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Baltimore City will transport 350 students every day with EV buses

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Baltimore City is planning to replace several diesel-powered school buses with electric units later this month, serving 350 students with zero-emission transportation to school every day. Baltimore also made a relatively recent announcement that it plans to electrify its entire fleet of vehicles by 2030.

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How the Key Bridge Collapse impacts Tesla and other automakers from the Port of Baltimore

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The Port of Baltimore and its logistics processes are under major exposure this morning following the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge just outside of the City, and it could impact nearly every car company. The Port of Baltimore is the ninth-largest port in the United States but is the top location for vehicle handling in the country.

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Baltimore will electrify city vehicle fleet by 2030

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Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott signed a bill on Monday that ensures the city’s fleet of government vehicles will be all-electric by 2030. “It shows here our shared commitment to making Baltimore a leader as a climate-conscious and sustainable government,” Scott said during remarks after he signed the bill, according to WBAL. “We

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Baltimore just deployed a big electric school bus fleet

Electrek

Baltimore City Public Schools just debuted 25 electric school buses – Maryland’s second-largest electric school bus fleet, behind Montgomery County Public Schools.

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The Port of Baltimore just bought an electric wheel loader

Electrek

Maryland’s Port of Baltimore is buying an electric wheel loader from electric heavy equipment developer and maker HEVI. more… The post The Port of Baltimore just bought an electric wheel loader appeared first on Electrek.

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Volkswagen Group of America opens new Tradepoint Atlantic vehicle terminal at Port of Baltimore; formerly site of Bethlehem steel

Green Car Congress

(VWGoA) and Tradepoint Atlantic celebrated the first day of operations at the Tradepoint Atlantic terminal at the Port of Baltimore, VWGoA’s newest port in the US. Tradepoint Atlantic is the largest private terminal within the Port of Baltimore. The Port of Baltimore transported approximately 857,890 vehicles in 2019.

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Baltimore just deployed a big electric school bus fleet

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Photo: Highland Fleets Baltimore City Public Schools just debuted 25 electric school buses – Maryland’s second-largest electric school bus fleet, behind Montgomery County Public Schools. The IC Bus electric Type Cs being used in Baltimore have 210 kWh powertrains and a range of 135 miles. Get started here. –ad*