Information on policy issues influencing transportation electrification. Our dashboards integrate data on laws, regulations, proposed legislation, public agency requests and awards, and electric utility filings with market data, demographics, and environmental factors.
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Key trends in the EV market at both a global and national level. It overlays public policy and demographic characteristics with data on EV sales and EV and charging deployment. The inclusion of global trends situates the U.S. within the international transportation electrification market.
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This section holds a majority of the EV Hub’s free tools and resources. It includes original research, reports and case studies, news tracking and analysis, and events. This is where the we present our original takes on the most important developments in transportation electrification.
Portland’s Climate Action Plan provides a road map to reduce carbon emissions 40 percent by 2030 and 80 percent by 2050. Land use planning, transportation policies and investments are among the most important strategies to address climate change. In Portland, the transportation of goods and people accounts for nearly 40 percent of local carbon emissions. Shifting from gasoline and diesel to lower-carbon transportation fuels, like electricity, is a key strategy to achieving Portland’s climate action goals. Portland’s approach to personal mobility prioritizes safety, health, affordability and environmental quality. This Electric Vehicle Strategy focuses on electrification of the public transit system, shared vehicles and the private automobiles that remain in use, which is one of many strategies the City is taking to reduce carbon emissions from the transportation sector.