United States Energy Foundation

For Building Campaigns And Coalitions To Electrify Medium And Heavy-duty Vehicles

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The U.S. Energy Foundation will be launching a campaign on zero-emission road freight based on our recently released strategy. The campaign will be structured to include a broad array of new voices from labor, environmental justice, and communications. The focus will be to increase regulatory support for clean freight in key U.S. states and federally. (Substrategy: Transport Electrification)
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for the U.S. transportation program  
This grant supports the Transportation program at the U.S. Energy Foundation. In the next year, the program will focus on securing strong vehicle standards that will put the U.S. on track for a 60% sales share of electric passenger vehicles by 2030 and 50% sales share of freight vehicles by the same year. In addition, the program will fund a series of groups and advocates who are critical for various state-level regulations to advance electrification of freight vehicles. (Substrategy: Electrification)
for the More Mobility, No Tailpipes Fund  
The More Mobility, No Tailpipes (MMNT) Fund, hosted at the U.S. Energy Foundation, aims to build broad support for accelerating transport electrification. With this grant to the MMNT pooled fund, the U.S. Energy Foundation will support organizations advancing transport electrification and serving communities of color, who bear the brunt of transportation pollution. (Substrategy: Electrification)
for general operating support  
This grant supports the U.S. Energy Foundation to develop strategies, make grants, and monitor and evaluate progress toward decarbonization of the U.S. economy. The U.S. Energy Foundation regrants to a broad array of organizations, including technical and policy experts, and influential constituencies working to build support for the transition to a clean energy economy. (Substrategies: U.S. National Policy and Philanthropic Capacity)

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