The American President has announced a couple of months ago a national EV charging infrastructures network under his $2 trillion infrastructure bill, with the goal of installing at least 500,000 charging points across the U.S. by 2030.
This infrastructure for electric vehicles will reinforce the networks of plugs already in place in the U.S, as presented on the website of the U.S Department of Energy.
A plan of $174 billion is dedicated to the electric mobility sector including money to modernize factories, boost domestic supply of materials, incentives for EV buyers, and grant and incentive programs for charging infrastructure.
All information about the U.S EV sector is available on this page provided by the U.S Department of Energy.
The U.S will need to organize a mix of private-public partnerships that can involve cities, businesses, utility companies, car manufacturers and EV charging companies.
This announcement for the EV sector follows the Leaders Summit on Climate in which the U.S.A detailed their commitments to reduce their carbon emissions by 50%-52% below the 2005’s level by the year 2030.