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Converting to a fleet of battery electric buses is projected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 75 percent with only an 18 percent increase in life-cycle cost.(02/09/2018)

Integrating Hydrogen fueling with DC fast charging stations can reduce Hydrogen costs by about 30 percent.(December 2016)

Inductive charging on Utah State Univeristy electric bus enables lighter, cheaper batteries while achieving 90 percent power transfer efficiency.(August 2014)

Intelligent vehicle charging infrastructure has potential to exhibit as much as $420 annual savings per electric vehicle.(12/01/2013)

Converting compressed natural gas buses to battery-electric buses would result in maintenance and fuel savings of more than $70,000 per year for a fleet of nine medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.(02/01/2019)

Fleet of battery-based electric buses in Washington, DC to displace nearly 90,000 gallons of diesel per year and result in maintenance cost savings of more than $500,000 annually.

Battery-Electric Buses piloted in Seattle reduced maintenance costs per mile by 44.1 percent compared to their diesel bus counterparts.(02/01/2018)

Electric Bus fleet reduces per mile energy ($0.09/mile) and propulsion only maintenance costs ($0.05/mile) when compared to a clean natural gas fleet.

Electric buses that use vehicle-to-grid (V2G) power systems can eliminate up to 1400 metric tons of CO2-equivalent GHG emissions and up to $18,300 in air pollution externalities over the lifetime of the system.(03/24/2016)

Idling reduction technologies (IRT) installed on a fleet of emergency vehicles reduced annual fuel costs by $2,600 per vehicle.(01/01/2016)

Study finds that by 2035, a 50 percent penetration of electric drayage trucks for near-dock and off-dock service in the LA-area would reduce GHG emissions by 30 percent.(08/01/2015)

Intelligent vehicle charging infrastructure has potential to exhibit as much as $420 annual savings per electric vehicle.(12/01/2013)

Eliminating 17.7 tons of NOx and .2 tons of PM2.5 per day, a Hybrid Truck Catenary System has the potential for use on a Zero Emissions Corridor.(March 8, 2013)

Electric vehicles can save 50 to 85 percent in fueling costs per year.(06/02/2012)

The capital cost to install a six-vehicle direct current fast charging station having 50 kWh connector outputs can range from $382,500 to $389,500.(05/01/2017)

Most direct current fast charging station customers pay $0.74 or less per kilowatt-hour to charge electric vehicles.(05/01/2017)

The capital cost to install a six-vehicle direct current fast charging station having 50 kWh connector outputs can range from $382,500 to $389,500.(05/01/2017)

Most direct current fast charging station customers pay $0.74 or less per kilowatt-hour to charge electric vehicles.(05/01/2017)

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority in Los Angeles, California is considering a $138 million proposal to buy 95 electric buses and accompanying charging infrastructure.(July 21, 2017)

Non-Residential Electric Vehicle Charging Station Costs Range from $300-$1,500 for Level 1 Chargers, $400-$6,500 for Level 2 Chargers, and $10,000-$40,000 for DC Fast Chargers. (11/01/2015)

Consider alternatives to EV charging stations in public Right-of-Ways (ROWs) because of competing demands on curb space.

Examine state and federal regulatory policies to determine their ability to influence the adoption of electric vehicles in the long term.(09/01/2018)

Battery electric bus (BEB) technology offers a clean and efficient alternative to diesel buses but may require the adjustment of routes to accommodate charging requirements

Locate direct current fast charging systems for electric vehicles at high volume interchanges on major transportation corridors at sites amenable to 5 to 25 minute-long visits.(05/01/2017)

Evaluation of sites for direct current fast charging systems should consider local permitting regulations, loss of space, ground surface conditions, and availability of local electrical service.(05/01/2017)

Increase ownership of plug-in electric vehicles by minimizing the installation cost of electric vehicle supply equipment at major employment centers.(04/01/2017)

A Smart City must address real-world challenges, not just deploy technology. (01/03/2017)

Select a pricing strategy incentivizing drivers to unplug from electric vehicle charging stations shortly after they finish charging to enable others to use the station.(05/01/2017)