NewEnergyNews: Transportation Electrification Policy Fights Now

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    Wednesday, August 19, 2020

    Transportation Electrification Policy Fights Now

    The 50 States of Electric Vehicles: States Evaluating Charging Infrastructure Needs and Ownership Models in Q2 2020

    August 5, 2020 (North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center [NCCETC])

    “…[The Q2 2020 50 States of Electric Vehicles from NCCETC found] that 43 states and the District of Columbia took actions related to electric vehicles and charging infrastructure during Q2 2020…[The greatest number of the 357 actions related] to rebate programs, charging station deployment, studies, electric vehicle registration fees, and grant programs…[The most most active states were] Minnesota, New York, Massachusetts, California, and New Jersey. State lawmakers have enacted at least 30 bills related to electric vehicles so far in 2020…

    [Three key trends were] (1) states investigating the appropriate roles for utilities and private entities in charging infrastructure deployment, (2) states studying and planning for electric vehicle infrastructure needs, and (3) states and utilities offering electric vehicle or charging station incentives for low-income customers…[The top five] policy developments of the quarter [were] Black Hills Electric and Xcel Energy filing their Colorado transportation electrification plans…The California Air Resources Board adopting zero-emission truck standards…State agencies in Colorado and Connecticut releasing electric vehicle plans…The Ohio Department of Transportation outlining a statewide electric vehicle strategy…[and] Kentucky regulators denying approval for Duke Energy’s electric vehicle pilot programs due to the state’s limited electric vehicle market…” click here for more

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