ALEXANDRIA, Va.—The Fuels Institute and consulting firm ICF is hosting a free webinar on effective policy approaches for electric vehicle (EV) charger deployment.
John Eichberger, executive director of The Fuels Institute, will join ICF’s Jonathan Norris, lead transportation and energy consultant, and Scott Walsh, ICF director of climate and transportation, to discuss:
- Lessons learned from past EV policies, incentives, laws, regulations and programs
- Which policies and programs were statistically associated with the broader EV charging market development?
- What elements are most and least supportive of EV charging market development according to key stakeholders?
President Biden set a goal for installing 500,000 EV charging stations by 2030. In February, the Biden Administration released its plan to fund electric vehicle charging infrastructure, focusing on interstate highways first, and then rural areas. The plan says that states must install an EV charger every 50 miles, and they must be located no more than one mile off of high-use corridors, mostly interstates.
But what are the realistic and most effective policy approaches for EV charger deployment?
The Fuels Institute recently released a report by ICF to evaluate the effectiveness of past, existing and potential new policies and programs seeking to support the installation of electric vehicle service equipment. This free webinar as we discuss the report's findings of best practices and the relationship between policies, regulations and the development of a market for EV charging.
The webinar takes place on Wednesday, March 23, 1 – 2 p.m. EDT. Register today.