Credit: Texas Parks and Wildlife While the official start of summer is not until late June, most North Texans are already feeling the summer heat. When some of us think of summer, we think about taking a plane to our vacation destination or taking a car on a road trip. However, this year, we may have to skip the airport and opt for a staycation. For students, the best part of summer vacation is taking the time off to relax and recoup after a long school year of hard work.
DFW Clean Cities (DFWCC) is a regional partner on EV-WATTS, a national data collection project awarded through the Department of Energy. DFWCC is seeking data partners to share Plug-in Electric Vehicles (PEVs) and EV Charging station data for the next 3 years to understand end user charging and driving patterns as well as vehicle and infrastructure performance to inform important EV industry research planning. Data partners will have PEVs with a data logger installed or be
Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities (DFWCC) is partnering with Clean Fuels Ohio on a Department of Energy funded project, NGV Updated Performance Tracking Integrating Maintenance Expenses (U.P.-T.I.M.E.). The project will compare the maintenance cost data of medium- or heavy-duty natural gas and diesel vehicles operating in the freight and goods movement and will provide fleets and natural gas vehicle (NGV) industry stakeholders relevant, real-world information detailing NGV main