Midwest Alternative Fuel Corridor Convening

The Midwest Alternative Fuel Corridor Convening was the first convening in the series and was hosted by the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) in St. Paul on June 12, 2018. A total of 52 stakeholders participated, five of which participated remotely via teleconference. The convening focused on addressing the barriers and opportunities to expanding the network of alternative fuel corridors in the Midwest. A planning committee comprised of alternative fuel stakeholders in the region was formed to help shape the agenda for the convening.

Electric Vehicle Battery Recycling Information

Materials developed by Argonne National Laboratory on the processes, opportunities, and challenges associated with recycling electric vehicle batteries.

Background and Considerations for Planning Corridor Charging

A document summarizing the background of electric vehicle charging technologies, as well as key information that stakeholders need to consider when planning corridor charging facilities. Developed by Marcy Rood at the Argonne National Laboratory.

Helpful Tools for Alternative Fuel Corridor Planning

An overview of online tools that can assist transportation planners with implementing alternative fuel corridors across the United States.

AFV Action Guide for State and Regional Transportation Agencies