Call to action is for all stakeholders in the private and public sectors, including advocacy and community groups, in support of EVs
Washington, D.C.—In support of President Biden’s goal of having 50% of all new vehicle sales be electric vehicles (EVs) by 2030, the White House has launched the EV Acceleration Challenge. The White House’s call to action is for all stakeholders in the private and public sectors, including advocacy and community groups, to dedicate resources and make independent commitments to actively support the transition to EVs.
Through the EV Acceleration Challenge, organizations are encouraged to share details about any new or not yet publicly announced commitments planned in support of America’s EV transition. The White House will highlight submissions on a rolling basis starting with those received by Friday, March 24. The EV Acceleration Challenge is focused on four primary categories:
- Tools and Resources
- Consumer Education and Support
- EV Fleet Expansion
- Community Charging.
The challenge is open to organizations of all sizes, including automakers and suppliers, technology companies, advertising and marketing companies, retail property owners, non-profit organizations, philanthropic organizations, trade associations, State/local/territory/Tribal governments, schools and universities, and community-based and neighborhood organizations.
Visit the EV Acceleration Challenge site for more information and submit details about the actions your organization is taking to support the EV transition.
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