The Fuse


As EV Costs Decline, Policy Aims to Accelerate Transition

As battery and EV costs decline, governments at the state and national level are eyeing a phase out of the internal combustion engine.

topics: Biden, Climate, Electric Vehicles, EVs

U.S. Hosts Climate Summit as Global Emissions Spike

The U.S. is hosting 40 countries this week for an international climate summit, where new climate targets – aimed at restoring U.S. credibility in international climate negotiations – are likely to be announced by the White House.

topics: Biden administration, Climate

Congress Eyes Major Program to Clean Up Old Oil and Gas Wells

Plans to clean up abandoned and orphaned oil and gas wells are gaining momentum in Washington.

topics: Biden administration, Climate, Environment, Oil and Gas, President Biden

This Week In AVs: Domino's, Nuro Team Up To Deliver Pizzas; Cruise Expands To Dubai; And More

SAFE’s weekly roundup of the top news in autonomous vehicle innovation and deployment.

topics: autonomous vehicles, Self-Driving Cars

Biden Takes No Action on Dakota Access. The Story is Not Over.

The administration declined to make a decision on the Dakota Access pipeline in an appearance in federal court on April 9, but the court could instead take action.

topics: Biden, Dakota access, Pipeline