If you are a business owner in Oregon and considering installing an electric vehicle charging station, take note: The Oregon Department of Energy (ODOE) has announced a Transportation Project Opportunity for: Alternative Fuel Vehicle Infrastructure Opportunity Announcement No. 16‐012 Qualified
Oregon’s Clean Electricity and Coal Transition bill passed the legislature this week. This new legislation did the following: Made Oregon the first state to transition away from coal. Doubled the amount of energy from renewable resources (wind and solar) – 50% by 2040.
Great news for those installing electrical infrastructure for fueling. The Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit has been extended through December 31, 2016. Fueling equipment for electricity (among other alternative fuels) is eligible for a tax credit of 30%, up to $30,000.
Workplace charging is helping thousands of employees across the country save money and the environment – Shorepower being one of those workplaces. With 93% percent of drivers commuting less than 35 miles one-way to work each day, switching to an
According to the recently released 2015 Work Truck Electrification and Idle Management Study, where work truck fleet managers were surveyed: – A majority of responding fleets (54 percent) expect their electrification usage to grow in the next three years. –
Shorepower offers NEMA 14-30 receptacles for 208V charging power. Tesla owners, if you want to plug your Universal Mobile Connector (UMC 14-50) end into a NEMA 14-30 at a Shorepower-equipped truck stop, purchase the following $155 workaround: 50′ extension cord
The city of Fort Collins, Colorado is investing in hybrid and battery electric vehicles. The article’s accompanying video compares the Total Cost of Ownership for a gas, hybrid and electric vehicle over a 90,000 mile lifespan. The savings are decidedly in
This is what Shorepower offers at truck stops…NEMA 5-20, NEMA 14-30, NEMA TT-30 (also called RV-30) and 460V reefer (TRU) power. You can visually see the plug style in the graphic below.
Form 8911, Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property Credit “Use this form to figure your credit for alternative fuel vehicle refueling property you placed in service during your tax year. The credit attributable to depreciable property (refueling property used for business
“Portland already has more electric vehicle charging stations per capita than any other city and it apparently aims to hold onto its lead. “Fifteen Oregon employers signed onto theU.S. Department of Energy’s Workplace Charging Challenge last week during Drive Oregon’s