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 document is a summary guide to electric vehicle (EV) and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) ordinances in the US.
Find EV charging stations with PlugShare’s map of over 610,000 electric vehicle charging stations with user-added details, like photos and reviews.
NREL provides technical assistance to state, local, and tribal governments through several federal grant programs and has developed an extensive arsenal of integrated modeling and analysis tools.
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.
Snohomish County PUD’s Connect & Drive webpage includes information on tax credits and rebates, savings calculators, and shopping guides for EVs and at-home chargers.
EVI-Pro Lite is designed for U.S. Cities and States to estimate their charging infrastructure needs and power demands.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory model to evaluate environmental justice, energy justice and energy equity of nationwide EV charging infrastructure on a census block group level.
A collection of EV ready codes including parking codes, building codes, and energy codes.
With more than 850 stations across 30 states EVgo Fast Charging is working to expedite mass adoption of electric vehicles by creating a convenient, reliable, and affordable EV charging network that delivers fast charging to everyone. Their website features a searchable map of EVgo fast charging stations.
This resource card contains a collection of charging station maps.
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.
The West Coast Electric Highway is an extensive network of EV fast charging stations located every 25-50 miles along I-5, Hwy 99, and other major roadways in British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, and California. The website includes an alternative fueling station locator map and links to plans and information developed by the state governments and partner organizations.
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.
The Local Government Playbook contains recommendations for how counties, cities, and towns can leverage federal investments in electric vehicle infrastructure. It provides a “checklist” of actions and strategies that local governments can enact now and in the future, including best practices, innovative policy approaches, and lessons from previous charging deployments.
ChargePoint is committed to deploying chargers that support passenger cars, delivery vehicles, buses and more. The company’s website includes a searchable map of the ChargePoint network (plus other charger networks) that allows users to filter and customize results, similar to the mobile app.
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.
ChargeHub is an app that aggregates and tags all of the charging stations in North America, allowing drivers to search for charging stations, filter results, plan trips, create a favorites list, and message other users. The website features a live map powered by the app that displays charging stations as well as their status (available, busy, or offline).
Seattle City Light is the public utility providing electricity to the City of Seattle. The department’s Electric Vehicle webpage is built to assist residents.
Electrify America’s goal is to promote greater Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) adoption by offering an ultrafast and convenient charging network. The website includes a webmap of charging locations across the country.
The Washington State Department of Enterprise Services has developed master contracts for EVs and EV Supply Equipment (EVSE)
The Veloz website includes regularly-updated data on EV sales nationwide as well as the growing number of EV chargers and hydrogen fueling stations in California in their EV Market Report.
A collection of toolkits and guidance outlining best practices for planning for transportation electrification.
This is a collection of resources pertaining to EV charging in the right-of-way.