Topics: Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA)

Power Companies Form EV Coalition

More than 51 investor-owned electric companies, one electric cooperative, and the Tennessee Valley Authority have formed a coalition with the goal of providing a national EV charging network by 2023. NATSO thinks fuel retailers provide the best opportunity for advancing alternative fuels, including electricity, into the marketplace and that power companies and fuel retailers should focus where each is most productive. More

NATSO Analysis: Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

NATSO Analysis: Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Members Only Join or Login

The House on Nov. 5 approved the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, sending the bill to President Biden for his signature and clearing the way for a multi-year extension of highway programs and approximately $550 billion in new spending on highway and other projects.  Combined with routine infrastructure spending through reauthorizing existing highway programs, the measure secures approximately $1.2 trillion in funding over five years.  (The Senate passed the legislation in early August by a vote of 69-30. Following is a NATSO members only deep-dive into the policies of the IIJA and how they differ from the reconciliation bill. More

NATSO Analysis: Infrastructure Outlook

NATSO Analysis: Infrastructure Outlook

The House of Representatives continues to sit on the bipartisan infrastructure bill that passed the Senate in August. More

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