4.2.3 Supporting Expanded Use of EVs

LPDD Recommendation: “Governmental and private entities should continue to expand financial and other support infrastructure for expanded use of EVs.”

LPDD Recommendation: “Governmental and private entities should establish programs, incentives, and regulations to facilitate residential, multiunit dwellings, and public-space charging infrastructure.”

AchiEVe Toolkit

Highlights policy options and case studies along the full EV spectrum from vehicle purchase to charging infrastructure to battery recycling.

GoEVCity Policy Toolkit

A catalog of local policies, strategies, and programs designed to advance the transition to EVs in Colorado communities.

Vermont’s H.942 (2020)

Sets a plug-in EV incentive, and prioritizes transit and EV charging projects for federal stimulus money.

Proposed CLEAN Future Act (2020)

A 622-page economy-wide climate bill with provisions on power, transport, buildings, financing, and more released by the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.

New Jersey’s S2252 (2020)

Establishes a Statewide public plug-in electric vehicle charging system, rebates for EVs and EV chargers, and a state clean fleet requirement.

Colorado’s SB 167

Colorado authorizes EV manufacturers that have no existing dealer franchise to be able to sell their vehicles directly to customers.

New Mexico EV Tax Credit

Under HB217 (2020), the New Mexico legislature enacted an electric vehicle tax credit alongside new plug-in vehicle registration fees.