Atlas Public Policy

Manufacturing Capacity for Heavy-Duty Zero-Emission Vehicles in the United States

2024-01-23T10:53:37-05:00

​Atlas Public Policy assessed the current and planned production capacity for class 4-8 heavy-duty zero-emission vehicles in the United States based on publicly available information from vehicle manufacturers and news sources. The report discusses manufacturers plans to increase manufacturing capacity for heavy-duty zero-emission vehicles through building new facilities, expanding existing facilities, and the recalibration of production at facilities that are capable of producing both internal combustion and zero-emission vehicles side-by-side. 

Manufacturing Capacity for Heavy-Duty Zero-Emission Vehicles in the United States2024-01-23T10:53:37-05:00

Evaluating EV Charger Reliability and Performance

2023-12-07T12:38:32-05:00

In an effort to identify processes for measuring, verifying, and evaluating charger reliability and performance, the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) and the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) convened an online Evaluating EV Charger Reliability and Performance Charrette on June 13, 2023. The charette was facilitated by Atlas Public Policy staff, and invited participants included a balanced representation of stakeholders from the EV charging industry, state and federal government agencies, including State Energy Offices and State Departments of Transportation, utilities, and consulting firms.

Evaluating EV Charger Reliability and Performance2023-12-07T12:38:32-05:00

Transportation Electrification in the Southeast: 2023

2023-12-07T12:56:49-05:00

Since September 2020, Atlas Public Policy (Atlas) has partnered with the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) to publish the annual Transportation Electrification in the Southeast report. This report benchmarks progress on transportation electrification in six states in the Southeast: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. This is our fourth annual report and provides an update on progress from July 2022 through June 2023.

Transportation Electrification in the Southeast: 20232023-12-07T12:56:49-05:00

Investment in Publicly Accessible EV Charging in the United States (2023)

2023-12-07T13:48:06-05:00

Growth in the electric vehicles (EV) market within the past decade has led to increased demand for publicly accessible EV charging stations across the United States. In response, significant funding from governments, electric utilities, and private investors has been committed to install public charging stations nationwide. Total announced and awarded investments have especially accelerated in recent years, nearing $20 billion by early 2023.

Investment in Publicly Accessible EV Charging in the United States (2023)2023-12-07T13:48:06-05:00

Dashboard for Rapid Vehicle Electrification (DRVE) Version 1.83

2023-07-28T18:47:43-04:00

Dashboard for Rapid Vehicle Electrification, or DRVE, is a powerful tool that equips users with decision-relevant information on the financial viability and environmental impact of light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicle fleet procurements across an entire fleet.

Dashboard for Rapid Vehicle Electrification (DRVE) Version 1.832023-07-28T18:47:43-04:00