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U.S. DOT Announces Rulemaking on EV Chargers

U.S. DOT Announces Rulemaking on EV Chargers

The proposed requirements for an EV charging network are aimed at helping states develop EV deployment plans. June 09, 2022 WASHINGTON—The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announced a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) on...
Consumers Overestimate the EV Market

Consumers Overestimate the EV Market

They think there are a lot more EVs on the market than reality, and they want EV charging at convenience stores. ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Most U.S. drivers (52%) say they have positive impressions of electric vehicles (EVs), compared to only 18% who have negative opinions. And...
More EVs Means More Charging Stations

More EVs Means More Charging Stations

And convenience stores are ideal locations for EV charging. ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Electric vehicles sales are growing at a faster clip than the broader U.S. car business, reports the Wall Street Journal. Still a sliver of the overall market, sales of plug-in vehicles more...
Gas Stations Are Here to Stay

Gas Stations Are Here to Stay

Electric charging stations will begin to proliferate alongside traditional pumps. April 28, 2021, NEW YORK—BloombergNEF forecasts four million electric vehicles will represent a quarter of all vehicles sold annually in the United States by 2030, meaning plenty of old...
Growth of EVs Sparks a Battle to Control Charging

Growth of EVs Sparks a Battle to Control Charging

Utilities, petroleum companies and startups all want a piece of the pie. October 20, 2020 ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Electric vehicles are seen as the automobile industry’s future, but a battle is brewing in states across the U.S. over who should control the charging stations...