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Jim Ardis
Mayor, Peoria

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Chairman, Rock Island County Board

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Township Clerk, South Rock Island

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Vice President, Peoria Disposal Company

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Chair, Knox County Board

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Mayor, Monmouth

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Member, Peoria County Board

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Mayor, West Peoria

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Alderman, City of Rock Island

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Vice President of Operations, Jupiter Machine Tool Inc.

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Member, Kendall County Board

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President & CEO, Bloomington-Normal Economic Development Council

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Member, Kane County Board

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Assistant Vice Chancellor & Director of Sustainability, University of Illinois – Chicago

Chris Koos
Mayor, Normal

Charles Lee
Mayor, Sterling

John McIntyre
Chairman, McLean County Board

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Mayor, Rockford

Jeff Nelson

General Manager, Quad Cities Metrolink

Michael Phelan
Mayor, Village of Peoria Heights

John Pritchard
Mayor, Galesburg

Andrew Rand
Chairman, Peoria County Board/ CEO, Advanced Medical Transport of Central Illinois

Rob Reneau
Member, Peoria County Board

Tari Renner
Mayor, Bloomington

Tim Riggenbach
Councilman, Peoria City Council

Doug Roelfs
General Manager, Greater Peoria Mass Transit District (CityLink)

Sid Ruckriegel
City Councilmember At-Large, Peoria/Owner, SERVUS, Inc.

Ray Whitehead
Owner and CEO, Pegasus MFG Inc.

Clarence Wyatt
President, Monmouth College

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Mayor, Peoria

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Chairman, Rock Island County Board

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Township Clerk, South Rock Island

 

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SIU expanding automotive course to focus on electric vehicle education

Southern Illinois University (SIU) Carbondale’s automotive technology program is expanding its electric vehicle (EV) education.

 

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Investment in health

Children’s health needs to be a priority. So when talking about higher prices for zero-emission electric school buses, we need to look at zero pollution school buses as an investment in lifelong health, not a cost.

Electric buses cut pollution and spark interest, but there’s a cost conundrum

With state and federal momentum growing to replace diesel school buses with electrics, and a manufacturing plant to build those vehicles moving to the suburbs, is Illinois on the cusp of a green transport revolution?

What if Illinois became a hub of electric vehicle manufacturing?

A nascent electric vehicle manufacturing hub is taking shape along Interstate 55, where Rivian will start making trucksnext month in…

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