WASHINGTON, DC – Alliance for Automotive Innovation today released the following statement on Biden administration initiatives to expand and improve public electric vehicle charging infrastructure across the country.
John Bozzella, president and CEO of Alliance for Automotive Innovation, said:
“America’s EV transformation goes hand-in-hand with reliable EV charging infrastructure. You can’t have one without the other.
“That’s why recent investments and tax credits to build, repair and make public EV charging infrastructure more affordable – especially in urban and rural communities, schools, parks and multi-family housing – is an important and welcome policy development. We’ve got to build EV charging – everywhere.
“Charging might not be top of mind if you have access in your garage, but that’s the exception in the U.S. Getting more Americans comfortable with going electric starts with making sure they’ve got access – no matter their zip code – to reliable and ubiquitous public charging.”
- State-specific EV sales and public charging data: Get Connected Electric Vehicle Report for Q3 2023.
- The private sector is investing $13 billion in public EV charging. Last year, a consortium of major automakers joined forces to spend $1 billion to install 30,000 additional chargers in North America.
- FACT SHEET: Biden-Harris Administration Announces New Actions to Cut Electric Vehicle Costs for Americans and Continue Building Out a Convenient, Reliable, Made-in-America EV Charging Network.
About Alliance for Automotive Innovation
From the manufacturers producing most vehicles sold in the U.S. to autonomous vehicle innovators to equipment suppliers, battery producers and semiconductor makers – Alliance for Automotive Innovation represents the full auto industry, a sector supporting 10 million American jobs and five percent of the economy. Active in Washington, D.C. and all 50 states, the association is committed to a cleaner, safer and smarter personal transportation future. www.autosinnovate.org