Consistent with guidance from the state, all public gatherings related to MassEVolves and MASS DRIVE CLEAN, including test drives, have been postponed indefinitely.
Hercules Electric Truck
Article highlights an electric vehicle company Hercules and their electric truck. How they started and the technology behind the newer company. Their first EV should make its debut mid 2022! Article shows what the truck would look like!
$13M in Green Community Grants
Massachusetts has been awarded $13M for clean energy projects which include expanding electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The funding was from Green Communities grants and they’ve helped many cities fight climate change by reducing emissions.
Electric Jeep Wrangler
Article highlighting the new electric Jeep Wrangler they have in the works! Shares some of the features we can be expecting and when it will hit the showroom, mileage, battery details, etc.
Lucid Electric SUV
Lucid is revealing its electric SUV Sept. 9th, not much is known about this vehicle so the unveiling is a big deal to see what they have in store for us and what to expect from this electric vehicle startup going forward.
MassEVolves Annual Report
The MassEVolves completed its second year in 2019. The Annual Report reviews the program, highlights its participants, mentioned key statistics from the MASS DRIVE CLEAN test drive campaign, and discusses lessons learned.
Second Annual Recognition Ceremony Report
Every year, MassEVolves participants are recognized at the Massachusetts State House in Boston for their work positive work with zero emission vehicles. Review the the report 2019 report from the Second Annual Recognition Ceremony below.
MOR-EV Program for EV Rebates and Federal Tax Credit for EV Chargers extended!
The MOR-EV has been officially extended from January 1, 2020 and lasting through at least December 31, 2021.
If you installed charging equipment after January 1, 2017 or if you install equipment before the end of this year, you are eligible to claim a Federal Tax Credit up to $1,000.
MassCEC ACTNow Clean Transportation Grant Opportunity
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is expanding the scope of its projects into the clean transportation sector. Accelerating Clean Transportation Now (ACTNow) is a funding opportunity open to MassEVolves members and others that seeks to catalyze the adoption of clean transportation solutions via business and project finance models, user engagement, technology, or other innovative approaches. Applications are due by March 2020.
Nine States Design Regional Approach to Greenhouse Gas Pollution
A coalition of nine states including Massachusetts announced their intent to design a new regional low-carbon transportation policy proposal to address greenhouse gas pollution from transportation.
MassEVolves Kick-off Event
The first annual MassEVolves recognition event was held on November 27, 2018. Six entities were included in the inaugural event including EMD Serono, EMD Millipore Sigma, Boston Properties, AstraZeneca, Analog Devices, and Corcoran Management.
Analog Devices MassEVolves Press Release
Release from Analog Devices about it’s participation in MassEVolves. “We’ve made a concerted effort to reduce waste and minimize our environmental impact in our operations to create a safer, healthier future for our employees, customers, and neighbors.”
Baker-Polito Administration Extends EV Rebate Program
The Baker-Polito Administration is extending the Commonwealth’s electric vehicle rebate program, Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (MOR-EV) through at least June 30, 2019.
Bard College at Simon’s Rock Public EV Test Drive Event
Saturday, June 6th, 2020 from 11 AM – 4 PM
Framingham Public EV Test Drive Event
Saturday, June 27th, 2020 with time TBD
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