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New Mobility Deployments and Thoughts on Infrastructure

By Posted on September 20, 2021
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Jim Saber

Jim Saber, President & CEO
NextEnergy

I am excited to talk about a new round of real-world mobility deployments we are initiating in support of Michigan’s Office of Future Mobility and Electrification’s Michigan Mobility Funding Platform. Earlier this month, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced $444K in grant funding from the platform to GoMUVE, Airspace Link, Inc, KUHMUTE, Michigan Flyer, and GreenRoute to deploy their mobility solutions in Flint, East Lansing, Detroit, SE Michigan, and Washtenaw County. We are excited to initiate these deployments and support our mobility goals in Michigan. Stay tuned for updates on these pilots moving forward. Check out the Michigan Mobility Funding Platform for more information on the program how to apply.

As we move into fall, we are hopeful the change in seasons will provide better weather and a chance for people to recover from the latest rounds of severe weather. The NextEnergy team continues to work with our partners to develop strategies and plans for cities and communities to address the impacts of these storms and climate change within their infrastructure. Please look for blog posts from our team on infrastructure in the upcoming weeks and check out some of my thoughts on infrastructure investments within our homes and buildings.

As always, please stay tuned for updates on our work and activities via our website, social media platforms, and as always please feel free to connect with our team.

– Jim

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