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Industry Spotlight: May 29th - June 4th

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Welcome to GridLink's Industry Spotlight, your weekly source for the latest developments in electric vehicles, charging solutions, and the evolution of electric mobility. Each week, we handpick the most impactful news, breakthrough technologies, and insightful commentary that shape the electric vehicle sector and its infrastructure. Designed for enthusiasts, professionals, and anyone intrigued by the electric revolution in transportation, our blog aims to enlighten, inspire, and keep you abreast of this dynamic industry. Check back every week to stay ahead of the curve and join GridLink in driving towards a sustainable, electrified future. 

  • The Biden administration announces nearly $900 million for 500 school districts across the country to buy clean buses, most of them electric, in the latest round of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding. (Canary Media)

  • Three school districts in western New York and nine in New Hampshire are among those nationwide receiving millions in federal funds to add zero-emission buses to their school fleet. (Buffalo News, Concord Monitor)

  • Alabama receives $16.9 million in federal funding to purchase at least 51 electric school buses. (

  • A University of Michigan study suggests new AI tools could be used to analyze and improve electric vehicle charging. (The Verge)

  • Despite criticizing the Biden administration’s EV policies, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum votes to approve $375,000 in state funding for a charging infrastructure study. (North Dakota Monitor)

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