Discussing the policies and the politics that are driving the EV debate in Washington and which ones will shape the future of the industry.
Source: Proterra On Friday, June 25th, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced $182 million in grants to local transit agencies for the deployment of zero- or low-emission transit buses and supporting equipment and facilities through the Federal Transit Authority’s Low or No Emission Program (Low-No Program). Total funding from the Low-No [...]
Source: Pikist On Thursday, June 24th, President Biden struck a deal with a bipartisan group of senators on a $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework. The proposal includes $579 billion in new spending, of which $15 billion is allocated to EVs and charging infrastructure. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework [...]
Source: Atlas Policy The need to expand EV charging has come into focus as the federal government turns its sights towards transportation electrification as a component of infrastructure spending. President Biden’s American Jobs Plan encapsulates the Administration’s goal to deploy 500,000 charging ports throughout the next decade with funding up to $15 billion. The [...]