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

U.S. State and Local Public Agencies, Clean Cities Coordinators, and Tribal Organizations are granted free licenses to the EV Hub.


$400per user

Non-Profit Organization & University

$300per user

Independent/Sole Proprietor

$400per user


$200per user

Send any questions about licensing fees, including pricing for enterprise/volume license purchases, to

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EV Hub License Agreement

User License Agreement