March – April 2022, Volume 50, Number 2
Wyoming’s Zero Emission Vehicle Strategy is the state’s plan to use federal infrastructure funding to accomplish its zero emission
infrastructure visions. The strategy recognizes the electric-vehicle-centric nature of much of the federal rollout, by including both short-term needs to take advantage of the current funding, and longer-term demands, which may include hydrogen powered trucks and vehicles, as well as electric aircraft and trains. The draft plan will be modified as needed based on public input, with comments being accepted through the end of April. A final plan will be available for public comment in June before being submitted to the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation (JOET).
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