One of the objectives of the Atlas EV Hub is to demonstrate the effectiveness of collaboration. We believe that through crowdsourcing and other data sharing practices, organizations can be more effective by spending their time on consuming and interpreting data rather than collecting it. Public policy professionals should have access to electric vehicle registration [...]
Watch the show below or click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4XP_0uZb88 Forth's Roadmap Conference is one of the premiere EV conferences in the world. Every year, the EV community convenes in Portland, Oregon to explore emerging trends, share best practices and lessons learned, and build the road ahead. Like last year, this year's conference [...]
This research report from Atlas Public Policy in partnership with the Alliance for Transportation Electrification highlights the potential economic, public health, and climate benefits of transportation electrification in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the back half of the 2010s, state governments were at the helm of transportation electrification funding and policy in the United States. Funding for EVs and EV charging exploded in 2018 with more than 95 percent of the $2 billion in all-time state government funding for EVs and EV charging occurring between [...]
Medium- and heavy-duty vehicle electrification is a promising and emerging opportunity to reduce emissions, improve health, and save money. EV Hub has a variety of content on electric trucks and buses and this page serves as a summary of all the highlights, including top line statistics on public funding, private investment, and electric utility [...]
State EV policy activity has skyrocketed over the last five years with more than twice as many EV policies enacted in 2020 compared to 2015. The effects of these policies on the EV market range from stimulating adoption, like vehicle rebates, to punitive, like some annual EV registration fees. Passenger EV sales in [...]
Watch the show below or click here: https://youtu.be/VKhDonfFbRc Research is starting to pile up on what the United States could look like with widescale transportation electrification. On April 8th, Atlas released findings from a deep dive on charging infrastructure investment needs to achieve 100 percent passenger EV sales by 2035. The [...]