Topics: Electric Vehicle Charging

Electric Vehicle Charging: What Equipment, Which Grants and Investment Projections [Podcast]

Electric Vehicle Charging: What Equipment, Which Grants and Investment Projections [Podcast]

Kris Kentera, executive sales manager for Blink Charging, joined NATSO's podcast this fall to discuss what type and mix of charging equipment makes the most sense for truckstops and travel centers, investment projections, grant considerations and much more. More

White House Unveils Electric Vehicle Charging Action Plan

The White House on Dec. 13 issued an “EV Charging Action Plan” that includes the formation of a “Joint Office of Energy and Transportation” focused on deploying electric vehicle infrastructure and that works to collect input and guidance from industry leaders, manufacturers, workers, and other stakeholders to ensure the national network "provides convenient charging for all." More

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 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 Analysis: Infrastructure State of Play

The Senate recently approved both the bipartisan infrastructure bill and the FY2022 budget resolution.  The infrastructure bill includes, among other things, a five-year reauthorization of highway programs, as well as $7.5 billion for alternative fuel infrastructure grants, the bulk of which are likely to go to electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The budget resolution unlocks a process whereby Democrats can pass an up to $3.5 trillion bill filled with Democratic priorities that can pass the Senate with a simple majority vote.  NATSO expects Congress this year to approve both the bipartisan infrastructure bill as well as a separate reconciliation bill that includes Democratic social welfare priorities as well as corporate and individual tax hikes and various "green" energy tax incentives. More

Senate Advances Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal

The Senate on the evening of July 28 voted 67-32 to proceed to a bipartisan infrastructure bill that was the product of weeks of negotiations among a core group of 10 senators (five Democrats and five Republicans). The deal, which has the backing of President Biden, includes $550 billion in new federal spending (compared with the $578 billion figure initially agreed upon in June) and more than $1 trillion in total spending (the rest coming from anticipated federal investments in highways and roadways that Congress must authorize every year. More

President Agrees to Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan

President Biden and a bipartisan group of Senators announced June 24 that they had reached a tentative agreement on a $1.2 trillion infrastructure deal that would add $579 billion in new investments in roads, broadband internet, electric utilities and other projects. The White House and 21 Senators have been negotiating the infrastructure deal simultaneously as both the House and the Senate advance surface transportation reauthorization legislation. Current surface transportation law expires Sept. 30 and funds the vast majority of the nation’s infrastructure projects. More

Senate Commerce Committee Advances Safety Title of Highway Bill

The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee (EPW) unanimously advanced its “Surface Transportation Reauthorization Act of 2021” in May. More

Electric Vehicle Charging: What Equipment, Which Grants and When to Invest

Electric Vehicle Charging: What Equipment, Which Grants and When to Invest

There are more than 1 million electric cars on roads across the United States, and almost every vehicle manufacturer has plans to electrify a large part of their fleets. Michael Battaglia, senior vice president sales and business development and David Soens, vice president grant operations, answered NATSO members’ most frequently asked EV charging questions. More

NATSO Welcomes Blink Charging Co. as Newest Chairman’s Circle Member

NATSO Welcomes Blink Charging Co. as Newest Chairman’s Circle Member

Blink Charging Co., based in Miami Beach, Florida, provides electric vehicle charging equipment that offers customers flexible business models tailored to their specific needs. More

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