Effective policy approaches for EV charger deployment

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By John Eichberger, Executive Director, The Fuels Institute, Jonathan Norris, and Scott Walsh
Lead Transportation and Energy Consultant

President Biden set a goal for installing 500,000 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations by 2030. The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act passed by Congress last November authorizes $7.5 billion to support installation of electric vehicle service equipment, such as EV chargers.

To provide objective insight to government leaders responsible for leveraging these funds, we worked with The Fuels Institute’s Electric Vehicle Council to analyze the efficacy of programs and policies aimed at supporting the installation of EV charging infrastructure.

In this webinar, John Eichberger, Executive Director of The Fuels Institute, discusses:

  • 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?
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Meet the authors
  1. John Eichberger, Executive Director, The Fuels Institute
  2. Jonathan Norris, Lead Transportation and Energy Consultant

    Jonathan Norris is a decarbonization expert with nearly 10 years of experience in energy and environmental policies and zero- and near-zero emission vehicles.  View bio

  3. Scott Walsh, Director, Climate and Transportation

    Scott has over two decades of experience advising companies, governments, and nonprofits to improve strategy, operations, finance, and sustainability. View bio