Issue / Electric Vehicles

DOT Releases Standards for EV Charging Infrastructure

This week, the Department of Transportation released a proposed rule governing the $5 billion electric vehicle charging infrastructure...

House Members Review Current EV Development

It may seem a bit “shocking,” but the share of electric vehicles (EV) in the US is increasing. With more than 400,000 EVs in...

DOT, Energy Release Rules for National EV Charging Program

Yesterday, the U.S. Departments of Transportation and Energy released their initial guidance and rules for the $4.2 billion in formula...

“Getting Protected: How Do We Secure Transportation Systems in a Hyper-Connected World?” Centennial Recap

On May 7, 2021, the Colonial Pipeline ceased all production to contain a virtual threat from damaging pipeline operations. The sudden...

Budget Score of EV Tax Credit Uses Conservative Sales Assumptions

The Joint Committee on Taxation this week issued its long-awaited budget score of the revenue provisions of the mammoth budget...

Revised Reconciliation Bill Drops Infrastructure Financing and Bonding Provisions, but EV and Alt Fuel Provisions Survive

The revised version of the budget reconciliation bill released by House Democratic leaders this week jettisoned most of the...

EV sales have doubled. Is a ‘tidal wave’ coming?

Brianne Eby, senior policy analyst at the Eno Center for Transportation, said market movement has to work in tandem with federal and...

Energy and Commerce Reconciliation Plan Includes Additional EV Funding

The House Energy and Commerce Committee will mark up its contribution to the fiscal 2022 budget reconciliation bill on Monday,...

Where does the infrastructure compromise deal leave EV charging?

“If a reconciliation bill emerges with 10 digits of guaranteed EV rebate money, that will go a long way towards reassuring...

Infrastructure bill’s climate-change features face tricky path over money for electric cars

“If a reconciliation bill emerges with 10 digits of guaranteed EV rebate money, that will go a long way towards reassuring...

House Subcommittee Considers Implications of Transportation Decarbonization Legislation

This week the House Committee on Energy and Commerce’s Subcommittee on Energy held a hearing, “The CLEAN Future Act: Driving...

Public transit hopes to win back riders after crushing year

"It's a major upgrade," said Jeff Davis, a senior fellow at the Eno Center for Transportation, who describes the amount of proposed...

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