California has made clean energy history once again in approving investor-owned utility plans to spend nearly $768 million on electric vehicle infrastructure and rebate programs. Coupled with another recent ruling, California has set aside more than $1 billion for transportation electrification in just the past two weeks.
But California isn’t the only the state making big moves on EV charging. This week’s State Bulletin outlines the latest EV infrastructure investments, followed by some of the latest EV infrastructure stats and research. How many Americans are currently buying EVs? How many want to buy one? And how important will public charging infrastructure be in serving these drivers? Read on to find out.