Tag: Charging infrastructure

Infrastructure, Public Works

Biden’s new EV mandate needs private sector participation to succeed

May 26, 2023

Via: Utility Dive

The Environmental Protection Agency recently announced the most stringent car pollution standards for the U.S. to date, but our charging infrastructure is struggling to keep up with new regulations and increased consumer demand for electric vehicles. The Biden administration’s new […]

Infrastructure, Public Works

North Carolina will receive $109M for EV charging stations

September 29, 2022

Via: Transportation Today News

The Federal Highway Administration will provide North Carolina with an estimated $109 million over five years through the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) program. The majority of the funding will be used for the installation of Level 3 charging infrastructure […]

Infrastructure, Public Works

Pennsylvania removes barrier to third-party EV charging station ownership

March 4, 2019

Via: Utility Dive

The state’s current prohibition on the resale of electricity is mostly aimed at unscrupulous landlords, a PUC official told Utility Dive. But by having utilities clarify third-party rules, regulators are hoping to pull down one barrier to infrastructure development that […]

Electric Utility, Infrastructure, Public Utilities, Public Works

Time not on their side: Utilities ill-prepared for EV demand, SEPA finds

March 22, 2018

Via: Utility Dive

It’s always dangerous to make technology predictions, but right now this feels like a sure thing: Electric vehicles are going to become popular, mainstream, common. One day, even, the standard. How and when these zero-emission vehicles are charged will be […]