Utility Research Group Eyes Need For Major EV Boost To Hit GHG Goals

November 16, 2021
A research group largely funded by major utilities is arguing the U.S. can only reach President Joe Biden’s economy-wide greenhouse gas climate goals with “significant efforts” across multiple sectors, including policy that spurs rapid deployment of “end-use” electrification technologies, especially in the transportation sector. The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), a major power research group, is asserting in a report released this month that “energy efficiency, cleaner electricity, and rapid electrification” should be the central strategies to achieve Biden’s target...

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