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CAP takes action in Minnesota, as Xcel attempts EV charging takeover
Charge Ahead Partnership is taking the fight for a level playing field in EV charging to Minnesota, where our members are working hard to prevent Xcel Energy from taking over the EV charging market. Throughout the fall, our team leveraged media coverage and arguments before the Public Utility Commission to help throw the brakes on one of the most aggressive EV charging rate-basing cases to date.
View Your State’s NEVI Plans!
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) passed by Congress in 2021 authorized the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program (NEVI Program) to distribute $5 billion to states over the next five years to help them develop their EV charging infrastructure.
Why don’t gas stations have EV chargers? (Video)
Gas stations and other retailers are the common-sense solution for where drivers should go to charge their EV. They have the locations and amenities that drivers have come to expect. So why don't gas stations have EV chargers? This video explains why.
A golden opportunity to make your voice heard in the future of EV charging infrastructure
Across the country state governments are putting together electric vehicle infrastructure deployment plans for millions of dollars in federal funds, so do not miss your chance to have your voice heard.
Social Justice must be at the forefront of growing EV charging network
As the nation continues to develop the use of electric vehicles (EVs), the buildout of EV charging station infrastructure and how low-to-moderate income communities as well as communities of color are kept in the discussion will be vital.
Quick and swift expansion of the EV charging network is imperative
Each day, the U.S. is moving towards a more ecofriendly society and electrifying the transportation sector is essential for this. In fact, research shows that a majority of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions come from the transportation industry.