This report examines properties of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) sold in the United States from 2010 to 2019, exploring vehicle sales, miles driven, electricity consumption, petroleum reduction, vehicle manufacturing, and battery production, among other factors.
This paper updates an earlier paper by the same title, summarizing the current state of play on such issues as electric truck benefits and challenges, current and imminent models, charging, electric rates, and policies to promote electric trucks.
How electrifying ridehailing can spur investment in a more equitable EV charging network.
This paper outlines the factors that affect transportation energy burdens and summarizes household spending on gasoline across different income levels, self-identified racial groups, and U.S. regions.
Comprehensive Total Cost of Ownership Quantification for Vehicles with Different Size Classes and Powertrains
This TCO analysis builds on previous work to provide a comprehensive perspective of all relevant vehicle costs of ownership. In this report, the authors present what they believe to be the most comprehensive explicit financial analysis of the costs that will be incurred by a vehicle owner.
A team of transportation and policy experts from the University of California released this report to the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) outlining policy options to significantly reduce transportation-related fossil fuel demand and emissions.
In this report, the Goldman School of Public Policy analyzes the economic, human health, environmental, and electric grid impacts of a future in which ground transportation is all-electric.
This paper from ACEEE analyzes the extent to which states and utilities are including equity in their siting of electric vehicle supply equipment and offers recommendations to states, utility commissions, and utilities to ensure that the benefits of transportation electrification reach underserved communities.
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.
The policy recommendations outlined here focus on the cost of charging infrastructure, the greatest challenge of electrifying heavy-duty trucks as identified by groundbreaking research from Gladstein, Neandross & Associates.