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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The State Policy dashboard integrates dispersed information on the current legislative, regulatory, and funding conditions in the EV market. Updates on enacted policies, proposed legislation, RFPs, and public funding awards are presented here.
Consolidates all information on investor-owned electric utility investment in transportation electrification. Total investment in specific technologies and target groups can be gathered using this tool.
The Road Network Funding dashboard shows EV fees, estimates revenue from state gasoline taxes, and how roads are funded at the state level nationwide relying on the Federal Highway Administration’s Highway Statistics Series.
These dashboards consolidate developments in state VW Settlement plans and awards. The dashboards highlight the proportion of funds that have been spent and how much is allocated to transportation electrification.
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 suite of dashboards covers vehicle and infrastructure deployment in the United States at the national, state, and local levels. This allows for state by state comparison and understanding of key trends.
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.
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Research & Tools
Get help from online resources, such as reports and modeling tools, created by Atlas and others.
In this study, researchers at UC Davis use statistical and econometric methods to analyze the VMT of PEVs as part of household travel demand to understand how much PEVs are being used and the factors that influence their use in a household fleet. Overall, their results show that PEV VMT is correlated to similar factors as conventional vehicle VMT. EV range, household electricity price, and access to level 2 charging from home are additional variables correlated with PEV VMT. The results also show that BEVs and PHEVs appear to be viable as alternatives to conventional vehicles in terms of meeting the travel needs of households.