Search
April 21, 2024

EV chargers

California Energy Commission
CEC, Caltrans Solicit Feedback on New Program for EV Charger Repair
The California Energy Commission and Department of Transportation are seeking feedback on a state grant program designed to replace and repair more than 1,300 chargers at 300 sites statewide. 
California Energy Commission
Calif. Looks to Streamline Process for Issuing NEVI Funds

California officials are exploring how to improve the process for dispensing hundreds of millions in federal funding to construct a public network of electric vehicle charging stations.  

Tesla
Public EV Charging Gets Boost in California

California's charging network is getting a boost from two different directions: a state program aimed at providing high-density Level 2 chargers in underserved areas and the opening of Tesla’s charging network to non-Tesla vehicles.

Shutterstock
Md. Cross-over Bills Aim to Remove Barriers to Clean Tech Deployment
With Maryland facing rising budget deficits, legislators are focusing on removing barriers to zero-emission technologies, rather than proposing new funding.
California Energy Commission
CEC Approves $1.9B for ZEV Infrastructure

The California Energy Commission approved a plan for spending $1.85 billion over the next four years to expand zero-emission vehicle infrastructure across the state.

Solar Landscape
New Jersey Senators Back Grid Connection Fee Revision
A Senate committee endorsed a revision of how clean energy grid connections are funded and advanced bills to give tax credits to help install EV charging stations and retrofit warehouses for rooftop solar.
© RTO Insider LLC
Washington Auto Show Highlights Partisan Divide on EVs, Industrial Policy
House Republicans debated Democrats over the Biden administration’s industrial policy and EV subsidies and performance.  
Shutterstock
Biden Administration Releases Tax Credit Guidance and Funding for EVs
The Treasury Department and the IRS released guidance on tax incentives from the Inflation Reduction Act to offset the cost of installing electric vehicle charging stations and other alternative refueling stations.
Shutterstock
DOT to Fund EV Chargers in Remote, Disadvantaged Communities

The funding will put a total 7,500 EV chargers at locations, from multifamily housing developments in New Jersey and Maryland, to public libraries in California to remote villages like Haines, Alaska.


Want more? Advanced Search