Volkswagen completed its National ZEV Investment Plan and it’s now publicly available on the EPA website. You can download the plan here.

As required by Appendix C to the 2.0-Liter Partial Consent Decree entered by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California on October 25, 2016, Volkswagen Group of America is investing $1.2 billion over the next 10 years in ZEV infrastructure, education, and access outside California to support the increased adoption of ZEV technology in the United States. This report describes the $300 million in investments that will be made in the first 30-month cycle, which runs from Q1 2017 through Q2 2019.

The first cycle of a separate investment of $800 million in California is the subject of the California ZEV Investment Plan, which was submitted to the California Air Resources Board on March 8, which you can download here.