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Germany awards €233K to N-ERGIE to support 84 charging points in Bavaria; part of €300M federal program

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The German government has awarded €233,000 (US$274,000) to N-ERGIE from the Federal Charging Infrastructure program to build 84 charging points in northern Bavaria. The aim of the Federal Charging Infrastructure is to build 15,000 charge points across Germany.

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State Energy Policy in a Land of New Federal Opportunity

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Unprecedented new and expanded federal programs have fundamentally shifted the landscape of what’s economically and politically feasible for state policymakers, [continued] The post State Energy Policy in a Land of New Federal Opportunity appeared first on CleanTechnica.

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Details Of NM NEVI Charging Build-Out Finally Come Out

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For those unfamiliar, the NEVI program is the federal program that gives money from the Infrastructure Bill to states to spend on charging infrastructure. A few weeks ago, I covered the New Mexico Department of Transportation’s announcement of NEVI charging sites. The first of these stations are supposed to go.

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NEO Battery Materials to collaborate with NanoRial for silicon anode optimization with CNT dispersions

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Once the company redomiciles into Ontario, NEO Battery Materials intends to apply to governmental, non-dilutive funding programs jointly with NanoRial to increase business presence and exposure in the Canadian battery supply chain.

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Kia EV9 design, $2.5B for EV charging, weight and EV safety: Today’s Car News

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billion federal program will help get more charging to communities and local travel corridors, over years. A luxurious three-row electric SUV from Kia is previewed. And what’s the greatest safety concern related to EVs? This and more, here at Green Car Reports.

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The Success Of “Clean Cities” Shows How US Government Can Help Deploy More Clean Tech

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A long-standing federal effort to decarbonize transportation proves how advanced technologies can make meaningful, real-world impacts by intertwining national goals and initiatives with local, community-based actions.

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Beneficial Electrification League launches rural electric school bus initiative

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The aim of this program is straightforward: no school district or utility should miss out on that opportunity simply because they lack access to information or resources to participate in this valuable federal program. —Keith Dennis, president of the Beneficial Electrification League.