A Roadmap for Meeting Future EV Charging Demands

The transition to cleaner, more efficient electric vehicles (EVs) will accelerate this decade and beyond. We’re looking ahead at how we can help our states build a charging network that’s fast, reliable, and equipped to meet policy- and market-driven demand, from small passenger vehicles to heavy-duty fleets.

Our Electric Highways Study — coauthored in partnership with transportation analytics organizations CALSTART, RMI, Geotab, and Stable Auto — forecasts the future of fast-charging along highway corridors in Massachusetts and New York, providing a first-of-its-kind blueprint for powering the EV transition in the U.S. Northeast to 2045.

EV Vehicle Charging Station

The Road to Transportation Decarbonization: Readying the Grid for Electric Fleets

Surface transportation will soon be powered by the grid. We have already begun plugging in our personal cars; now, medium and heavy-duty vehicles (MHDVs) – trucks, buses, and vans – are starting to rely on the electric grid too. The transportation sector is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States, and the transition to electric vehicles will be an essential element of our path forward to meet climate goals.

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