Topics: Electric Vehicles

Sales of Light-Duty Electric Vehicles and Hybrids Increase

In the fourth quarter of 2021, hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles collectively accounted for 11 percent of light-duty vehicle sales in the United States, according to data from Wards Intelligence. More

NATSO Members Discuss the Business Case for EV Charging at Retail

NATSO Members Discuss the Business Case for EV Charging at Retail

If you weren’t able to join us, you haven’t missed out. The recorded webinar is now available for viewing.  More

NATSO’s Leadership Explores Truckstop and Travel Center Trends

NATSO’s Leadership Explores Truckstop and Travel Center Trends

The truckstop and travel plaza industry has a long history of adapting to its customers’ needs, and there are several equipment trends that could affect what drivers need while on the road. During NATSO’s FastForwardFocus, Lisa Mullings, NATSO CEO, and Darren Schulte, NATSO’s vice president of membership, sat down to discuss the trends that could shape truckstop and travel plaza operators’ futures. More

Fuel Retailers, Travel Plazas and Truckstops Oppose Moving Forward Act Ahead of House Vote

NATSO, representing the nation’s truckstops and travel plazas, the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) and the Society of Independent Gasoline Marketers of America (SIGMA) urged Members of Congress to oppose the Moving Forward Act, a $1.5 trillion infrastructure bill, ahead of today’s House vote. The legislation includes a focus on climate change policies but includes provisions that will discourage private businesses from investing in electric vehicle charging infrastructure and stifle the market’s transition to electric vehicles. More

House Transportation Committee Considers Climate Policy

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee held a hearing on February 26 examining how federal infrastructure policy can help mitigate and adapt to climate change. The hearing was another of several hearings the Committee has held in the opening weeks of 2019, all designed to lay the foundation for a comprehensive infrastructure bill that House Democrats hope to pass by the end of May. More

Republicans Seek to Repeal EV Tax Credit

Congressional Republicans are making another attempt to kill the federal tax credit for electric vehicles, after it was left out of their November 2017 tax plan. More than 57,000 households claimed the non-refundable Qualified Plug-in Electric Drive Motor Vehicle Credit for tax year 2016, up from 42,868 in 2015. The total value of credits reached $375.1 million for all claims in 2016 and $251.6 million in 2015. More

NATSO, Fuel Groups Urge States to Prioritize Full Range of Automotive Technologies, Fuels

NATSO and five trade associations representing the fuel supply chain urged the Governors of eight states to prioritize the full range of automotive technologies and fuels available to consumers before allocating resources to Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV). More

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