As federal policymakers develop infrastructure and climate legislation to create jobs and spur economic recovery, the Georgetown Climate Center and M.J. Bradley & Associates have released Towards Equitable and Transformative Investments in Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure, to inform federal investments in electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
This paper is the third update to an initial report released in May 2019 that summarizes the current status, and projected growth, of the U.S. electric vehicle (EV) industry over the next five to ten years.
The tool was developed using a GIS-based analysis to evaluate the existing EV charging network and utilized a focused dataset to identify possible suitable locations for future EV infrastructure development. These tools are focused on public direct current fast charging infrastructure along over 12,500 miles of key EV corridors in the 12-state Transportation and Climate Initiative region (Virginia to Maine, including D.C.), and North Carolina.
The report contains the findings from a report that estimates the impacts of increasing plug-in electric vehicle use in Arizona. Authors found that increased adoption of clean PEVs would reduce resid...
Decarbonizing Transportation: The Benefits and Costs of a Clean Transportation System in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Region
The analysis in this report is a cost and benefit analysis of greenhouse gas emission abatement strategies from on-road vehicles in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions....
This report provides an overview of the accelerating electrification of the transportation sector and explores the role of state utility regulators in evaluating potential investments by electric util...
This study esitmates the costs and benefits of plug-in electric vehicle penetration in Colorado for 2030 and 2050.
This report discusses the potential roles for electric utilities in the northeast and mid-atlantic states.
This study esitmates the costs and benefits of plug-in electric vehicle penetration in Massachusetts for 2030 and 2050.