Charging stations and software that are built on open standards give prospective owners the confidence they need to meet the nation’s rising demand for EV charging, writes EVBox’s Megha Lakhchaura.
The federally funded Michigan-to-Montana Alternative Fuel Corridor has coordinated electric vehicle charging and compressed natural gas fueling stations along the corridor.
Public charging stations are most heavily concentrated in the city’s more affluent neighborhoods, while many communities on the South and West side have none.
The next round of grants from the state’s Volkswagen emissions-cheating settlement includes new criteria to award charging with local clean energy.
With the gasoline era coming to a close, how can a rural, aging and economically challenged state navigate a path to electrified transportation?