ELECTRIC VEHICLES

The electrification of transportation creates huge new opportunities. Advanced Power Alliance’s “Advanced Transportation Council” is connecting members with policy discussions in the region that will affect the future of transportation and the opportunities.

According to the U.S. Department of Energy,

THE FIRST ELECTRIC CAR WAS INVENTED IN 1832, BUT IT WASN’T UNTIL THE 1870s THAT ELECTRIC VEHICLES BECAME PRACTICAL.

From the US Department of Energy: “Electric Vehicle Basics

 

EV FACTS + RESOURCES

FACT 1: 

Placeholder text. Solar power growth is accelerating and, when partnered with our region’s wind power, America’s energy heartland will help meet our Nation’s growing energy demand. The U.S. solar market has grown year-over-year in eight of the last 10 years, and every year the capacity of solar on the power grid and its contribution to the Nation’s energy production has grown.

RESOURCE 1: 

Placeholder text. Solar power growth is accelerating and, when partnered with our region’s wind power, America’s energy heartland will help meet our Nation’s growing energy demand. The U.S. solar market has grown year-over-year in eight of the last 10 years, and every year the capacity of solar on the power grid and its contribution to the Nation’s energy production has grown.

FACT 2:

Placeholder text. Solar power growth is accelerating and, when partnered with our region’s wind power, America’s energy heartland will help meet our Nation’s growing energy demand. The U.S. solar market has grown year-over-year in eight of the last 10 years, and every year the capacity of solar on the power grid and its contribution to the Nation’s energy production has grown.

RESOURCE 2: 

Placeholder text. Solar power growth is accelerating and, when partnered with our region’s wind power, America’s energy heartland will help meet our Nation’s growing energy demand. The U.S. solar market has grown year-over-year in eight of the last 10 years, and every year the capacity of solar on the power grid and its contribution to the Nation’s energy production has grown.