In order to keep the vehicle electrification revolution moving, each U.S. state needs to begin to grapple now with how to offer a favorable regulatory landscape, develop appropriate guidance and incentives for ownership of charging infrastructure, plan for chargers that will be well-used and cost-effective, and ensure that all segments of society will have access to clean, electric transportation options. And the best way to do that is to start now—developing pilot projects to deploy chargers and gather data on what drivers need in each area, and then start scaling them up. RMI’s report offers useful guidance, best practices, and lessons learned that all U.S. states can start using to get ready for a future of electric mobility.
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Publisher: Rocky Mountain Institute
Date: October 3, 2017
Type: Research Reports
Countries: United States