Governors are leading the charge on electric and alternative fuel vehicles. As states and territories look to implement the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and expand electric and alternative fuel vehicle infrastructure, this page will serve to promote their work and highlight partnerships and developments in the public and private sector.
Transportation electrification is growing across the country, and Governors are taking steps to advance electric vehicle (EV) adoption, including the development of electric vehicle charging infrastructure plans. The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act’s (IIJA) National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program will help further these efforts by providing funding for states to strategically deploy EV charging infrastructure and to establish an interconnected network to facilitate data collection, access, and reliability. Click on the map below to see links to websites with information about state plans.
“South Carolina is leading the charge in the electric vehicle revolution.”
“We know that electric vehicles are the way of the future, and Kentucky is going to be at the center of that transition.”
“It’s crucial that we ensure Utah’s energy future is secure, innovative, and reliable in order to maintain our high quality of life and robust economy.”
“I’m proud that my administration is doing everything in its power to make the transition to electric vehicles more financially feasible and practical for working families across the state.”
“It’s important that motorists be able to charge their vehicles when traveling along the interstate and other major highways in Alabama.”
“Our partnership will enable the Midwest to lead on electric vehicle adoption, reduce carbon emissions, spur innovation, and create good-paying jobs.”
“In Vermont, we have made substantial investments in EV infrastructure and incentives to make them more affordable. Now, Vermont will be the first state whose governor’s official vehicle is all-electric.”
“By expanding the network of charging stations, our state is making electric vehicles a reality for more people, helping them save money on fuel costs, and protecting our environment from harmful carbon emissions.”
“I’m proud to partner with our neighboring states to put the Midwest region on the leading edge of providing the charging infrastructure needed to futureproof our transportation network and meet the demand as rapid adoption of electric vehicles continues.”
“The future is electric, and we’re making it easier and cheaper than ever before to go electric.”