About Us

The members of the Partnership for Electric Pathways are working towards a future in which electric vehicles are powered by organic waste.

Mission and Vision

The Partnership for Electric Pathways (PEP) was formed in November of 2023 to ensure the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency finalizes its Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) “Electric Pathways” framework proposal as soon as possible. RFS Electric Pathways are fundamentally important to enabling our vision of a future in which electric vehicles can be powered by organic waste. 

PEP educates policymakers on the benefits of the RFS Electric Pathways framework proposal and advocates for finalization as soon as possible and in a way that is additive to the RFS program generally. Our members share the common goals of reducing emissions by capturing waste gases, accelerating EV deployment, and decarbonizing the transportation, energy, and agricultural industries.

Our Members

Our members include companies and organizations from diverse industries, including the automotive, agriculture, and energy industries. 

ACT Commodities
Ag-Grid Energy
Alliance for Automotive Innovation
Ameresco
American Biogas Council
American Biomass Energy Association
American Honda Motor
Anew Climate
Audi of America
Bio-Gas Technologies
bp
Bridge to Renewables
Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas
CommonWealth Resource Management Corporation
DTE Vantage
EDL Energy
Electric Drive Transportation Association
Ford Motor Company
Kia Corporation
Lucid Motors
Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc.
Myno
National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA)
National Milk Producers Federation
NextEra Renewable Fuels
Nissan North America
North American Power Systems
North American Subaru, Inc.
OPAL Fuels
RFS Power Coalition
Rivian
Toyota Motor North America
Vespene Energy
Volkswagen Group of America
Volvo Car USA
WM