EV Charging

Reviewing 2019 and Looking Forward to 2020

The electric, shared and smart mobility industry continues to grow at a rapid rate, with advancements in battery technology, charging infrastructure expansion and continuing growth in EV sales. Forth’s Executive Director, Jeff Allen will join AVERE’s Secretary General, Philippe Vangeel to recap the top electric transportation industry news of 2019, as well as give key insights into what’s to come in 2020.  This [...]

Reviewing 2019 and Looking Forward to 20202019-06-20T21:31:04-04:00

Florida Releases Draft Beneficiary Mitigation Plan

On July 17, 2019 the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) released its draft mitigation plan. Florida's plan for spending its $166.28 million share of the Environmental Mitigation Trust is the last draft plan of the 50 states and Washington, DC to be released. The department allocated the maximum 15% of funds to Light-Duty [...]

Florida Releases Draft Beneficiary Mitigation Plan2019-07-17T19:12:39-04:00

California Leads on Electric Utility Investment with a Transportation Equity Focus

Lack of access to charging infrastructure is a primary barrier to EV adoption. Disadvantaged communities (DACs) typically face a harder time accessing charging than other groups, and electric utilities are well-positioned to bring EVs to communities that might not otherwise have charging access through direct investments in infrastructure. The total amount of electric utility investment in DACs [...]

California Leads on Electric Utility Investment with a Transportation Equity Focus2019-07-15T14:22:27-04:00

NY Utilities File a $29 million EV Program and Indiana Michigan Power Files a $2.1 Million Pilot

We missed a few filing updates from May, including a new proposal from Indiana Michigan Power Company and a joint filing from New York State Gas and Electric and Rochester Gas and Electric. Both filings propose new investment in transportation electrification programs.  As a part of the statewide Reforming the Energy Vision initiative, New [...]

NY Utilities File a $29 million EV Program and Indiana Michigan Power Files a $2.1 Million Pilot2019-07-11T14:02:31-04:00

Charging Ports Increased by 40 Percent between 2018 and 2019

Despite continued growth, challenges surrounding charging accessibilitycontinues to hold significant influence over consumer decisions when considering purchasing an EV. Range anxiety is especially prevalent in the growing used EV market. States like Oregon are actively seeking to accelerate the used EV market with programs like the Charge Ahead rebates for low-income drivers looking to buy either new [...]

Charging Ports Increased by 40 Percent between 2018 and 20192019-07-01T15:30:58-04:00

North Carolina Opens $27 Million Funding Round for Bus and Vehicle Replacement and DC Fast Charging

North Carolina announced the opening of its first round of funding for VW Settlement awards on June 17, 2019. RFPs for bus and vehicle replacement and DC fast charging programs will open on July 1, 2019 and close Septemeber 30, 2019. This round of funding includes $24.5 million for bus and vehicle replacement, at [...]

North Carolina Opens $27 Million Funding Round for Bus and Vehicle Replacement and DC Fast Charging2019-06-26T15:13:05-04:00

Roadmap 12

Sold out in 2018 with over 800 participants, the Roadmap Conference is the nation's largest and most advanced annual conference on electric and smart mobility. Held each summer in the Pacific Northwest, Roadmap includes over 100 national and international speakers, dozens of exhibits, regional smart mobility tours, and high-energy interactive sessions. Expect to make [...]

Roadmap 122019-02-27T13:28:42-04:00

Delaware PSC Approves Limited Public Charging Infrastructure and EV Rate

On June 4, 2019, the commission approved portions of Delmarva Power's PIV Program to invest in a range of programs targeting transportation electrification. This includes four utility-owned public chargers (two DCFC and two Level 2) that will be supplied by 100% renewable energy. In addition, the commission approved an EV time-of-use rate for EVSEs [...]

Delaware PSC Approves Limited Public Charging Infrastructure and EV Rate2019-07-01T12:16:10-04:00

EV Market Grows 16 Percent in May

After a slow start to the year where first quarter growth slowed to 11 percent, the U.S. EV market posted stronger growth in May. EV sales were 16 percent higher than this time a year ago. This is double the year-over-year (YOY) growth seen in April, and the strongest since January.   The new Audi E-tron enjoyed an [...]

EV Market Grows 16 Percent in May2019-06-10T14:30:48-04:00

ASCE International Conference on Transportation & Development

ASCE International Conference on Transportation & Development (ICTD 2019) is organized by the Transportation & Development Institute (T&DI) of ASCE to facilitate exchange of information, knowledge, and best practices among transportation and development practitioners and researchers, public infrastructure owners, policymakers, government engineers and planners, operations managers and leading academics from around the world. Visit Event [...]

ASCE International Conference on Transportation & Development2019-05-01T12:31:21-04:00