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.
Plug-in electric vehicles and the shift to transportation electrification (TE) have been proven to provide significant benefits to all customers in utility service territories, the electric grid and to each state. To achieve these benefits, and to meet various climate and air quality goals, many states and cities have adopted specific targets and goals to advance transportation electrification. While many barriers to greater adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) exist, the barriers of education and outreach (E&O) for these vehicles must still be addressed.
This paper examines the current state of E&O in transportation electrification and lays the foundation for why utility investment in E&O is the missing piece to achieving goals for widespread TE in a state or region. The paper outlines eight key reasons for why utilities should be enabled to invest in E&O for transportation