Topic: EV

Utility Companies’ Role In School Bus Electrification

Following the EPA’s issuance of $900 million in rebates for school bus electrification, utility providers are stepping up to the plate to help school districts make the transition.  “Not only are electric school buses more widely available than they’ve ever been,” UtilityDive states, “but as...
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FAQ: Procurement Assistance for Vehicle Electrification (PAVE) Program

Frequently Asked Questions What is SPURR?The School Project for Utility Rate Reduction (SPURR) is a Joint Powers Authority formed in 1989 under the California Government Code’s Joint Exercise of Powers Act. Over 300 California public school districts, county offices of education, and community college districts...
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SPURR Requests Proposals for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure & Roadmapping

SPURR, a CA joint powers authority of over 300 member public school districts, community college districts, and county offices of education, requests proposals for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure & Roadmapping to be made available to member and non-member public agencies and non-profit entities statewide through...
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Possible federal incentives for electricity as a vehicle fuel

In SPURR’s Low Carbon Fuel Standards (LCFS) Program, operators of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicle fueling stations receive funds for credits created as part of two incentive programs. There is both a State of CA program (called LCFS) and a federal program (called RIN). SPURR...
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