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Transitioning to Electric Transportation will Spur Economic Development in the Southeast

image credit: SE transportation report cover, copyright SACE 2020
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Senior Manager of Government Affairs, World Resources Institute
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  • Oct 20, 2020

Last week, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy in collaboration with Atlas Public Policy published a new brief, "Transportation Electrification in the Southeast," that shows while the region is benefiting greatly from electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing job creation and economic investment, the region is not yet maximizing the full breadth of opportunities that will come from widespread adoption of electric transportation. That regional brief was immediately followed by an in-depth Florida transportation electrification brief looking at a wide range of issues electrification in the nation's second-largest #EV market. A summary blog for each brief is visible here, and you can download the Southeastern brief and the Florida brief as well.



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