Topics: electric vehicle charging corridors

Current Funding Opportunities for Alternative Fuels Infrastructure: NATSO Member Resource

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There are several funding opportunities that can help operators offset the costs of electric vehicle charging infrastructure. We're providing the latest funding opportunities for the nation's alternative fuels infrastructure exclusively to NATSO members! More

Amendment to House Highway Reauthorization Legislation Threatens Businesses, Discourages Private Sector Investment in EV Charging

A broad coalition of industry and government organizations today urged Members of Congress to oppose an amendment to the highway reauthorization bill that the House Transportation Committee is considering on June 17. The amendment would allow electric vehicle charging stations at interstate rest areas, undermining the current prohibition on the sale of goods and services to motorists at rest areas and hurting existing businesses and local governments. More

Community, Business Leaders Urge Congress to Support Private Investment in EV Charging Infrastructure as House Committee Prepares to Unveil Transportation Bill


Electric Vehicle Measure Clears House Subpanel

Electric Vehicle Measure Clears House Subpanel

A House Energy and Commerce subcommittee advanced nine bills Jan. 9, including H.R. 5545 (116) from Chairman Bobby Rush (D-Ill.) that would authorize billions of dollars to expand the nation’s electric vehicle charging network. More

FHWA Unveils Second Round of Alternative Fuel and Electric Charging Corridors

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) on March 9 announced its second round of alternative fuel corridor designations as Congressionally mandated under the December 2015 highway bill titled Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. More

DOT to Establish Electric Vehicle Charging Corridors

The Department of Transportation (DOT) announced that it is establishing 48 national electric vehicle charging corridors on highways covering 25,000 miles in 35 states under an initiative to increase the deployment of plug-in electric vehicles. More

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