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    THINGS-TO-THINK-ABOUT WEDNESDAY, November 18:

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    Wednesday, November 18, 2020

    Transportation Electrification Gets Better Rules

    The 50 States of Electric Vehicles: Utilities Commit To Electrify Their Vehicle Fleets in Q3 2020

    November 4, 2020 (The North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center [NCCETC])

    “…[The The 50 States of Electric Vehicles Q3 2020 finds that 46 states and the District of Columbia took actions related to electric vehicles and charging infrastructure during Q3 2020…[The greatest number of actions related] to rebate programs, rate design for electric vehicle charging, studies, and charging station deployment. A total of 305 electric vehicle actions were taken…[The most active states were] Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, California, Vermont, and Hawaii…[Three key trends were] (1) utilities committing to electrify their own vehicle fleets, (2) utilities proposing a variety of managed charging programs, and (3) state regulators and utilities prioritizing investment in low-income communities…

    …[The five top policy developments were] California’s Governor establishing statewide zero-emission vehicle sales goals…The New York Public Service Commission approving a make-ready infrastructure incentive program…New Hampshire regulators issuing an order on electric vehicle rate design…The California Public Utilities Commission approving over $400 million in charging infrastructure investments for Southern California Edison…and Utilities in Connecticut and New Mexico filing major electric vehicle plans…” click here for more

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