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Diane Cherry

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Diane Cherry is an environmental and energy consultant with more than 20 years of experience across a range of organizations in the private sector, public sector, higher education, and non-profit sector. She has worked as an econo

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Technology
Aug 1, 2022

Transportation Electrification at Military Installations

Military bases across the country are in the process of transportation electrification. This runs the gamut from developing electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure options, considering what and how many vehicles to purchase, and how to maintain

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Apr 14, 2022

National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program: What is it and Why is it Important?

In November 2021, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) was signed into law with a goal of establishing a national network of 500,000 electric vehicles (EV) chargers by 2030.  The law includes up to $7.5 billion in dedicated funding to increas

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