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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced that it is seeking applicants for environmental education grant funding for 2021.
The new charging stations is open to the public, has Level 2 and DC fast charging ports, and is 100 percent renewable energy.
The King County Council has announced the approval of new legislation that will require electric vehicle charging stations and dedicated parking for electric vehicles in new development throughout the area.
The Washington State Department of Commerce and Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission recently set rules bringing Washington one step closer to its goal of 100 percent renewable energy.
The package includes a statewide greenhouse-gas-emission cap, a new clean fuel standard and emphasis on electrification, the requirement that new buildings be carbon-free by 2030, and more.
A recently released report from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources details the steps that can be taken to minimize the threat of climate change on local farms, forests, and communities.
With $10.6 million available to expand the electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Washington, the Department of Commerce is now accepting applications for Electrification of Transportation Systems grants.