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Electric Vehicle Charging: What Equipment, Which Grants and Investment Projections [Podcast]

Electric Vehicle Charging: What Equipment, Which Grants and Investment Projections [Podcast]

Kris Kentera, executive sales manager for Blink Charging, joined NATSO's podcast this fall to discuss what type and mix of charging equipment makes the most sense for truckstops and travel centers, investment projections, grant considerations and much more. More

White House Unveils Electric Vehicle Charging Action Plan

The White House on Dec. 13 issued an “EV Charging Action Plan” that includes the formation of a “Joint Office of Energy and Transportation” focused on deploying electric vehicle infrastructure and that works to collect input and guidance from industry leaders, manufacturers, workers, and other stakeholders to ensure the national network "provides convenient charging for all." More

States Declare Emergencies, Issues Waivers in Wake of Tornado

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Power Companies Form EV Coalition

More than 51 investor-owned electric companies, one electric cooperative, and the Tennessee Valley Authority have formed a coalition with the goal of providing a national EV charging network by 2023. NATSO thinks fuel retailers provide the best opportunity for advancing alternative fuels, including electricity, into the marketplace and that power companies and fuel retailers should focus where each is most productive. More

EPA Proposes Renewable Volume Obligations for 2020, 2021, and 2022

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed on Dec.7 renewable volume obligations (RVOs) for 2020, 2021, and 2022 under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). More

Answers to Truckstop and Travel Center Questions About OSHA's Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) [Podcast]

Answers to Truckstop and Travel Center Questions About OSHA's Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) [Podcast]

Robert J. Baker, shareholder, partner at Chartwell Law, provides information on the OSHA ETS requirements and advice on how to comply with the rule. Baker answered specific questions from NATSO members on religious exemptions, which tests are considered acceptable and more. More

NATSO Update: COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard Members Only Join or Login

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Labor Department Extends Comment Period for COVID-19 Vaccine and Test Rule

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NATSO Members Urge Lawmakers to Extend Biodiesel Tax Credit at Parity With Sustainable Aviation Fuel

NATSO Members Urge Lawmakers to Extend Biodiesel Tax Credit at Parity With Sustainable Aviation Fuel

NATSO members continue to urge lawmakers to ensure that sustainable aviation fuel does not receive a special carve out in the Build Back Better legislation and instead is at parity with the biodiesel tax credit. More

House Passes Build Back Better Act

The House approved on Nov. 19 the Build Back Better Act, a partisan social spending bill that now must be considered by the Senate. More

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