National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Program Key Takeaways and Requirements✕
At this historic inflection point in our transition away from fossil fuels to electrified transportation, we are struggling to meet the demand for fast charging the 26 million electric vehicles projected by 2030.
High cost, slow deployment, complexity, and program inefficiently are threatening our ability to achieve the 180,000 stations that are estimated to be needed by the end of the decade and to effectively leverage private and public investment in charging infrastructure including the billion-dollar annual investment from the federal government.
This paper reviews the current state of electrification and demonstrates how new technology and program design can impact the future of transportation to:
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With vast experience in energy and policy, FreeWire’s Regulatory Team engages with policymakers, utility regulators, and industry stakeholders to help advance markets for innovative EV charging solutions and grid resiliency.
Director Regulatory Affairs, East
Director Regulatory Affairs, West
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