Big Data Brings Efficiency to Electric Georgia Fleets

Green Technology
With more people driving electric cars, there is a need for current, publicly available national data that provides insight on charging, driving patterns, and vehicle performance. However, for many city fleets, it can be expensive to manage a telematics program. Read the following article by our partner, Clean Cities-Georgia (CC-GA), and learn about an ongoing …

Innovative Financing Solutions for ZEVs Fleets

Green Technology
Emerging technologies often bring new challenges of their own, and this is proving true for zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) fleets. ZEVs face a wide range of obstacles, including fluctuating renewable energy prices and a lack of infrastructure. At the VERGE 20 conference, experts discussed how stakeholders can leverage new financing models and public-private partnerships. Learn more …

New Report Provides Pathway to Cut Carbon by 60%

Policy
A new report, Sector Coupling in Europe: Powering Decarbonization, reveals that if the transportation, building and industry sectors all electrified at the same time, they could cut their carbon emissions by 60% over the next three decades. The report recommends different approaches to electrification, while considering the extent of clean energy policies implemented by the government.

Calculating the Real Carbon Footprint of Our Purchases

Climate Change
Green Technology
We may be aware of how much CO² our cars emit or is produced by the energy they consume, but are we aware of how much carbon is released into the atmosphere during the production process of the car itself? Some organizations are working on carbon-accounting tools that will help consumers be better informed about …

Electric Vehicle Day

Policy
Southface was excited to attend Capitol EV Day Thursday, January 25th to hear a number of speakers discuss Georgia’s potential to be a leader in the electric vehicle industry.

Georgia Piedmont Technical College “Amps Up” its Sustainability Efforts by Expanding Electric Vehicle Charging Station Options

Green Technology
Ribbon-Cutting ceremony held at college’s Newton Campus You won’t hear the roar of the fleet vehicle engines at Georgia Piedmont Technical College much these days. That’s because electric vehicles (EV) don’t make a lot of noise. The college is expanding its fleet of electric vehicles, and providing charging stations to keep them fueled up. Showcasing …