This page provides an overview of measures local governments in Washington State can take to support the use of electric vehicles, primarily by encouraging the growth of electric vehicle charging networks.
This document compiles recommendations to make EV charging stations accessible.
The Oregon TEINA focuses on analyzing light-duty vehicle (LDV) charging needs in the state while also addressing transit, delivery, freight, and micromobility vehicles during the modeling period of 2020–2035.
Washington State’s Plan for Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Deployment is a blueprint for the planning, prioritization,
and implementation of a statewide network of charging stations along state highways.
A toolkit of strategies for addressing 12 key topics that will facilitate the future success of MPOs throughout the United States. Electric vehicle infrastructure and coordination is a topic included in the report.
This guide helps jurisdictions meet the policy objectives for consistency with VISION 2050 and implement CC-Action-1. In addition, counties
may have additional policies related to greenhouse gas emissions and mitigation in their countywide
A collection of toolkits and guidance outlining best practices for planning for transportation electrification.
This paper analyzes (1) the extent to
which states and utilities are including equity in their EVSE siting and (2) considerations to help
ensure the benefits of transportation electrification (TE) reach all communities.
The policy toolkit for local government addresses multiple issues where local policies can make an impact: electrification plans, fleet transitions, charging infrastructure, and engaging with public utilities and state agencies.
The DOE Alternative Fuels Data Center (AFDC) provides both introductory and advanced information on all major alternative fuels (biodiesel, electricity, ethanol, hydrogen, natural gas, and propane).
This blog post outlines two public charger deployment strategies–demand-driven and the planning-oriented–based on a study of select European cities, as proposed in the author’s working paper. See the PDF link to read the full working paper.
This toolkit is designed for policymakers at the city level and includes a summary of potential policies and examples of those policies in action, evaluating the cost, feasibility, benefits, and impacts of each. Policies address charging infrastructure, multi-sector issues, freight, fleets, and consumers.
A collection of EV ready codes including parking codes, building codes, and energy codes.
This document is a summary guide to electric vehicle (EV) and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) ordinances in the US.
This is a collection of resources pertaining to EV charging in the right-of-way.