A massive effort is underway across a wide variety of states to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). The policy and regulatory actions we are seeing are focused on:

  • Regulatory status – Creating clarity around acceptable ownership models and responsibilities when it comes to EV-charging infrastructure, and preventing local governments or communities from implementing rules that would hinder EV proliferation
  • Government action – Directing state agencies to develop plans to support EVs
  • Government support – Grant programs to offset the cost of EV infrastructure deployment

U.S. states with active EV policy/regulatory activity include but aren’t limited to Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.

United States Federal

During his State of the Union speech, President Biden discussed plans for a 500,000-charger national network supported by the federal government...

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In February, six distribution network service providers (DNSPs) across New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory...

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New Zealand

New Zealand’s competition, consumer, and regulatory agency – the Commerce Commission – has published a notice of intention of its plans to review...

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In January, the Ontario Energy Board published details of changes it is introducing...

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Great Britain

British energy regulator Ofgem recently held open hearings with each of the electricity distribution companies...

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