Whether it’s called peer pressure, social contagion, or the neighborhood effect, the phenomenon is clear: as social beings, humans have the ability to influence one another by their actions. In this report, Generation180 explores how peer influence is playing a key role in accelerating the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) across the United States.
The U.S. National Blueprint for Transportation Decarbonization: A Joint Strategy to Transform TransportationMoe Khatib2023-03-17T10:50:53-04:00
The "U.S. National Blueprint for Transportation Decarbonization" is a landmark interagency framework of strategies and actions to remove all emissions from the transportation sector by 2050.
A summary report of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s (EERE) Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO) Annual Merit Review (AMR) held on June 21-23, 2022
Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Trends from the Alternative Fueling Station Locator: First Quarter 2022Moe Khatib2022-11-16T13:52:40-05:00
This report provides a snapshot of the state of EV charging infrastructure in the United States in the first calendar quarter of 2022 (Q1 2022).
This issue brief, published as an addendum to the 2019 NARUC report Electric Vehicles: Key Trends, Issues and Considerations for State Regulators, provides an overview of EV interoperability benefits and opportunities and a snapshot of recent state public utility commission actions to ensure interoperability in charging infrastructure.
Mini Guide on Transportation Electrification: State-Level Roles and Collaboration among Public Utility Commissions, State Energy Offices, and Departments of TransportationMoe Khatib2022-12-08T12:00:29-05:00
This Mini Guide produced by the National Council on Electricity Policy focuses on the role of cross-collaboration between State Energy Offices, Public Utility Commissions, and Departments of Transportation, as well as other stakeholders and advocates, to accelerate electric vehicle adoption.
An overview of TEEM, a cohort of equity-oriented organizations across the U.S. working together to advance transportation electrification.
Electric Mobility for All: A Feasibility Study of Electric Transportation Options for Low- to Moderate-Income Residents in ConnecticutMoe Khatib2022-06-17T19:40:52-04:00
A feasibility study of providing electric mobility for low- to moderate-income communities in Connecticut as well as how EDCs can support the development of these programs.
Case studies of exceptional equitable EV shared mobility programs with support for public-private partnerships in EV deployment.
In this report, readers can learn how utilities can optimize managed charging programs based on survey results, 7 case studies, and a guide to solution providers.