Refueling Infrastructure Preferences and the Adoption of Alternative-Fuel Vehicles

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

Refueling Infrastructure Preferences and the Adoption of Alternative-Fuel Vehicles Mixed Methods Analysis of Refueling Infrastructure Preferences for Adopting Fuel-Cell Vehicles INTERN DCL: Mixed Methods Analysis of Refueling Infrastructure Preferences for Adopting Fuel-Cell Vehicles TRIO Upward Bound-West Purchase of new technology portable devices will allow ASU TRIO Upward Bound at Tempe (UBT) to continue program services in a virtual academic environment this summer as well as provide a hybrid academic environment throughout the entire grant cycle. In addition, UBT will keep updated with ASU University Technology Office (UTO) technology (i.e., harware and software) standards as approved software apps (e.g., Canvas, G Suite, MS Office Suite, Zoom, etc.) are utilized at ASU to provide online services. Finally, it will properly equip program staff members to better serve it's participants in an evolving academic environment resulting in UBT maintaining ASU's high quality of service.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date6/1/1711/30/22

Funding

  • National Science Foundation (NSF): $317,083.00

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