Analysis

Regulatory Potholes Loom For Expanding Electric Fleet

By Keith Goldberg (January 25, 2022, 9:50 AM EST) -- Plenty of recent groundwork has been laid for getting more electric vehicles on the road, but solid regulatory frameworks for EV infrastructure must still be erected in order to kick electrification efforts into high gear, policy experts say.

The bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act enacted last fall devotes billions of federal dollars to electric vehicle and charging infrastructure. Meanwhile, states including California, Illinois and New York have recently enacted legislation to fund and otherwise incentivize EV adoption and construction of charging infrastructure and are directing utility regulators to start crafting rules of the road.

But headwinds to widespread EV deployment...

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