Coalition Seeks to Speed Deployment of EV Charging
SAN DIEGO – The Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) is joining the National EV Charging Initiative, a coalition of groups seeking to accelerate the buildout of electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure across the United States.
The initiative includes organizations representing a wide spectrum of stakeholders, from automakers and labor unions to utilities and environmental organizations, who are mobilizing to push for deeper commitments to deploy EV charging infrastructure.
“To support widespread EV adoption, we need more charging infrastructure,” said CSE President Lawrence Goldenhersh. “Publicly available charging increases drivers’ comfort with EVs, enables longer distance travel, and provides options for people without access to charging at home or work. Through CSE’s Caret™ climate tech platform, we are using software-enabled, data-driven analysis to get more chargers in the ground and put them where they need to be.”
The coalition’s goals include creating an action plan to speed EV infrastructure deployment and ensure benefits to underserved communities.
For more on the initiative, visit the website.
Additional CSE Resources:
- Fact Sheet: The State of EV Adoption in the U.S.
- Blog: Why Invest in EV Charging Infrastructure
- Blog: 5 Steps to EV Charging Incentives
About the Center for Sustainable Energy®
The Center for Sustainable Energy® is an independent nonprofit that is transforming markets for clean transportation and distributed energy through software-enabled program administration and services. CSE has hands-on experience administering more than $240 million in EV charging incentive programs. CSE also has managed more than $1 billion in EV incentive programs and interacted with almost 30% of all new EV car buyers in the U.S. CSE’s patent-pending software platform, Caret™, empowers decision-makers to design and optimize electric vehicle incentive programs that will encourage EV adoption and reduce greenhouse gas emissions at the lowest cost and in the shortest time. Learn more at EnergyCenter.org.