These states can now unlock more than $900 million in funding to help build EV chargers across approximately 53,000 miles of highway across the country.
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The agencies will combine efforts to advance low- and zero-emission transportation solutions to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
The marketplace is slow to adopt change, because only a fraction of the stock of vehicles is replaced each year, highlighting importance of ZEV incentives.
With pending new investments in charging infrastructure, the report provides insights regarding where chargers should optimally be installed.
Analyst Lisa Whalen unpacks the specific and sometimes surprisingly deep pockets where electric vehicle charging access is flowing and lacking across America.
State legislature considers two bills to establish similar standards statewide to meet its state goal of getting 940,000 EVs on the road by 2030.
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law also includes $7.5 billion for electric vehicle chargers, $5 billion for electric transit buses, and $5 billion for clean and electric school buses.