For this meeting, we’ll explore ways to put the planned and existing charging data to use. The workgroup raised this as an idea on our last call in order to help inform ongoing dialogue in states on how to use VW settlement funds. What form should this data take to be more valuable to you? How can we integrate it with data that already we have to make it useful to you? For example, we’re easily able to show charging stations along corridors, because the EV Hub knows all the major roadways along the Interstate Highway System. Below is a screenshot of all the non-Tesla fast charging station along I-40 in Tennessee:
We’ll also identify some other activities this group could work on in addition to charging station planning. In particular, we’d like to know what information we should be tracking as states finalize their mitigation plans and start to roll out funding opportunities.
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