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Mayor, Monmouth

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Mayor, West Peoria

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Alderman, City of Rock Island

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Member, Kane County Board

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

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Mayor, Normal

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Mayor, Sterling

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Mayor, Rockford

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Mayor, Galesburg

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Mayor, Bloomington

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Owner and CEO, Pegasus MFG Inc.

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President, Monmouth College

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Mayor, Peoria

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Electrification News


New report shows Illinois job, economic growth in electric transportation sector

Coalition NewsApril 14, 2021

A national clean energy trade organization has released a report showing growth in electric transportation-related jobs in Illinois could position the state to lead the domestic supply chain.

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Illinois electric vehicle jobs expected to climb in the next 3 years, report says

Electrification NewsApril 14, 2021

There were an estimated 5,200 electric transportation-related workers in Illinois in 2019, a number that’s expected to climb to 9,500 workers by 2024—an 83% increase.


Coalition NewsApril 13, 2021

Illinois Clean Air Now (ICAN), a coalition of clean energy, health advocacy and transportation industry stakeholders today called on Governor Pritzker and the Illinois General Assembly to work together to pass comprehensive electric vehicle (EV) legislation during this year’s spring legislative session.

The new Normal: How one Midwestern town got swept up in the electric vehicle boom

UncategorizedMarch 26, 2021

Mike O’Grady still remembers the fear he felt on Mitsubishi’s last day in Normal, Illinois, in 2015. The factory had sat on the outskirts of Normal and its twin city, Bloomington, since 1988.

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