EV Hub Registration

EV Hub Registration 2017-10-16T08:37:38+00:00

Thank you for your interest in joining the EV Hub! Atlas Public Policy created the EV Hub as an online platform to equip all stakeholders with actionable information on the EV market. We’re using the Volkswagen Settlement as a springboard to inspire greater collaboration among members of the EV community. Our goal is to save people time and more effectively allocate resources to work on EV market development.

The EV Hub contains information on key contacts in each state, notable events, next steps, and a general assessment of a state’s work to use funds from the trust for transportation electrification. The site aggregates this information in an easy-to-use dashboard to quickly find what you’re looking for. For the benefit of the EV community, the website also includes several data dashboards on the EV market that Atlas uses for its work.

If you have any questions, let us know!

Registering for the EV Hub is easy. The cost for access to the EV Hub depends on your organization; see the licensing fees below. The plain-English license agreement is available here.

What’s the EV Hub?

User License Fee


$400per user

Non-Profit Organization

$300per user

Independent/Sole Proprietor

$400per user


$200per user
State and Local Public Agencies and Clean Cities Coalitions will be granted free licenses for one year of access to the EV Hub.

Send any questions about licensing fees to info@atlaspolicy.com.

Ready to Sign Up?

If you’re not sure, we can give seven days of free access to take a test drive.

Register for the EV Hub!

EV Hub License Agreement

1. License. Subject to the terms of this agreement, Atlas Public Policy grants to you, a non sub-licensable, non-assignable, non-transferable, non-exclusive license to use the EV Hub platform. No ownership interest in the EV Hub is given to you with this Agreement. The License shall be automatically voided and terminated without notice if you violates the terms of this Agreement.

2. Restrictions on Use. With the license, you cannot assign this agreement or transfer, sell, lease, distribute, market, export or grant a sublease of the EV Hub or the license contained herein to anyone. You must also take all reasonable precautions to prevent unauthorized third parties or persons from accessing or using the EV Hub in a way that would constitute a breach of this agreement including, without limitation, such precautions as you would take to protect your own proprietary software, hardware or information.

3. Permitted Uses. You are granted a nonexclusive right to have and use the EV Hub’s data provided you comply with all of the terms and conditions of this License. You may use information on the EV Hub in the form provided by the EV Hub for your own internal business or organizational purposes and for no other purpose without permission in advance from us.

4. Sharing Your Content and Information. You own all of the content and information you share on the EV Hub. For content that is covered by intellectual property rights, you specifically give us the following permission: you grant us a non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use any intellectual property content that you post on or in connection with the EV Hub.

5. Termination and Data Retention. We may terminate this Agreement at any time, with or without cause. Upon termination, all copies of data or other information you’ve retrieved from the EV Hub shall be returned to us and no copies shall be retained by you.

6. Amendments. We’ll notify you before we make changes to these terms. Your continued use of the EV Hub, following notice of the changes to our terms, policies or guidelines, constitutes your acceptance of our amended terms, policies or guidelines.

For requests to share information or other questions,  send an email to info@atlaspolicy.com.

Version 1.0 of the User License (Last Modified: July 21, 2017)