Since 2012, utility commissions across the country have approved more than $2.6 billion in transportation electrification investments . $1.2 billion, almost half of the all-time total, was approved in 2020 alone. This report elaborates on the trends in transportation electrification programs from investor-owned utilities (IOU) in 2020 and was supported by the Natural Resources Defense Council.
This brief provides an overview of the state of the EV market and deployment in North Carolina while also highlighting travel patterns and transit agency statistics, along with snapshots of EV policy and program examples from other states.
The intent of this survey was to understand the current state of EV driving and consideration in the United States.
The State Transportation Electrification Scorecard ranks states’ efforts—identifying those that have taken comprehensive steps to reduce barriers and others that are just starting. Every state can step up to enable equitable, electrified transportation for all.
EVHybridNoire and Clean Fuels Ohio developed a joint report detailing the attitudes, beliefs, and knowledge of next generation mobility in the Greater Cleveland area to identify unmet transportation needs in target communities.
Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Trends from the Alternative Fueling Station Locator: Second Quarter 2020
This report provides a snapshot of the state of EV charging infrastructure in the United States in the second calendar quarter of 2020 (Q2).
This report offers the first comprehensive assessment of how major US fleet managers are approaching the electrification of their fleets. It is based on RMI’s survey of 91 fleet managers operating large fleets, as well as 18 in-depth interviews conducted with fleet managers representing a cross-section of fleet types.
This report focuses on the important role that multipollutant standards for passenger vehicles that ensure all vehicles sold in 2035 are zero-emitting would play in that landscape and the substantial benefits they would deliver.
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 U.S. Department of Energy reports that more than 80 percent of electric vehicle charging occurs at home.