This report analyzes the potential allocation of federal stimulus dollars to electrification of the
transportation sector and its resulting economic impact. Recent policy proposals inform a
hypothetical level of stimulus spending and its allocation to a range of electrification applications:
charging infrastructure (residential/commercial and public), EV purchases (individual consumer,
commercial, and government fleet), manufacturing and supply chain, workforce training, and
research and development (R&D). The stimulus investments prompt additional investments by the
private sector (homeowners, businesses, and investors) for vehicle purchases and vehicle charging
infrastructure

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