Infrastructure Plan Includes National EV Charging Network

President Joe Biden is prioritizing a national EV charging network under his $2 trillion infrastructure bill, promising to have at least 500,000 of the devices installed across the U.S. by 2030. 

The Biden administration is rolling out a $174 billion plan to spur the development and adoption of electric vehicles that includes money to retool  factories and boost domestic supply of materials, tax incentives for EV buyers,  and grant and incentive programs for charging infrastructure. 

To meet the climate crisis, we must put millions of new electric vehicles on  America’s roads. It’s time to build public charging infrastructure powered by  clean energy and make it available in all parts of this country,” Pete Buttigieg  tweeted back in December. 

Click here to read the full article, posted on March 31st2021 on CNBC. 

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