National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) program
The Southeast Alliance for Clean Energy's report found that despite being responsible for 40% of all new investments in EV manufacturing, sales in the Southeast range from only 2.5% to 7% of vehicle sales, below the national average.
Pennsylvania announced an investment of federal funds totaling $33.8 million to install 54 EV charging projects as the state seeks to put more EVs on state roads.
A five-year, $5 billion effort to establish a nationwide network of EV chargers along designated highway corridors is pushing ahead as planned, according to a new report.
California, Oregon and Washington have jointly applied for federal grant money to build a public charging network for electric trucks across the three states.
A 900-mile EV corridor going from Michigan to Quebec will have charging stations every 50 miles and benefit from U.S.-Canadian cooperation.
A rest stop operator is negotiating with the New Jersey Turnpike Authority to install electric vehicle chargers along the state’s two main highway arteries.
The state is looking to deploy its NEVI funds while assisting other entities with obtaining additional federal grants to expand charging.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced a new round of funding aimed at putting EV chargers “particularly in underserved and disadvantaged communities.”
The FHWA announced key details of its effort to create a national EV charging network, including minimum standards and a plan for domestic content requirements.
During a webinar produced by the EV Charging Initiative, stakeholders focused on the challenges and costs of electrifying the nation’s transportation sector.
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