50x50 Transportation Initiative
The U.S. transportation sector is on the verge of a transformation that allows for a smarter, more integrated system, and creates an urgent need to address energy consumption. The Alliance to Save Energy and its 50x50 Commission on U.S. Transportation Sector Efficiency established a bold but achievable goal of reducing energy use 50 percent by 2050 while meeting future mobility needs.
The Commission advocates for a set of impactful bipartisan policy recommendations that moves America toward achieving the 50x50 goal and urges the private sector and policymakers at all levels to act to transform, innovate, and invest in the transportation sector.
04/10/19 : News
"These lawmakers have really stepped up to the plate here to ensure we don’t let the electric vehicle market stall and fall behind foreign competitors. This bill would go a long way to grow the electric vehicle market and make them affordable for more American families."
11/29/18 : News
As of Nov. 29, 2018 Transportation Today: Thirteen organizations support reduction of energy use in US transportation "Thirteen national and regional organizations recently announced their support of the Alliance to Save Energy’s 50×50 Commission on U.S. Transportation Sector Efficiency, which will seek to identify strategies that will reduce energy use in U.S. transportation." CleanTechnica: Cutting US Transportation Energy in Half...
11/26/18 : News
50x50 Commission Announces 13 Supporting Organizations Joining Campaign to Cut Energy Use in Transportation
Thirteen national and regional organizations are teaming up with the Alliance to Save Energy’s 50x50 Commission as Supporting Organizations, helping support the Commission’s outreach to key stakeholders and identify strategies to reduce energy use in U.S. transportation.
09/26/18 : News
Auto, Utility, Labor & Environment Leaders Unveil Report Charting Path to Cut Transportation Energy Use in Half
The 50x50 Commission released a new report today and launched a campaign to cut U.S. transportation energy use by 50 percent by 2050