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Scott Vlaun CEBE
wondering what the assumption was regarding miles/kwH when factoring EV mpg equivalent.
Full toolkit publication at: https://www.nature.org/content/dam/tnc/nature/en/documents/TNC_NNE_Rural_EV_Toolkit_April_2022_Final.pdf
You're right! The level of education at local dealers is terrible. Even if you ask for the salesperson who really knows EVs!
We can tell you how many buses exist within each town from our vehicle database. We also can tell you what organizations provide passenger services that are not public entities.
Hope Kohtala, Efficiency Maine
I have to jump to a meeting, thanks everyone!
Jon Gagne, GPCOG
Thanks for joining us Hope
We can share it, I can forward to Aaron Smith. It will be posted at some point on our webpage.
Which webpage would that be Denise?
Yes other fleets are available in our database. There are many non profits that provide passenger service with light to medium duty fleets.
This is our webpage https://www.maine.gov/dep/air/mobile/vehicle-data.html
Thank you Denise
My thoughts on this is to just put all of the fleet data into the tool and use the outputs to discuss with the school districts. There isn't that much data to run in Maine. 🙂
I agree with you Denise. A lot of these inputs are already available as public record (mileage from registration; use day estimates from school calendars)
Many of the towns use contractors to provide K-12 services.
Most of our rural districts are moving to light and medium fleets so this class of vehicle would be less expensive.