We all agree that electrifying our nation’s cars, trucks, and buses can benefit everyone and that the transition must benefit communities most in need of relief from pain at the pump and from toxic, vehicular air pollution.
The auto industry is betting hundreds of billions of dollars that this is the decade you’re going to buy an electric vehicle.
A United Auto Workers director said Thursday he’s “looking forward” to jobs returning to Normal after Lincoln Motor Co. announced that it would partner with Rivian Automotive to develop the first fully electric vehicle for luxury automaker.
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The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy evaluated 66 major cities on their resiliency efforts.
Demand for electric vehicles is projected to ramp up sharply over the next decade, with nearly 19 million of them on U.S. roads by 2030, up from about 1.5 million today, according to the Edison Electric Institute.
In Gov. Pritzker’s State of the State address today, he set the stage to make Illinois a national leader in the fight against climate change.
Rivian has invested $29.4 million in its future Normal production facility in recent weeks as work progresses inside and outside the former Mitsubishi Motors North America plant to reconfigure for electric vehicle manufacturing later this year.