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EV Charging NorthEast Strategy

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Electrify America, the multi billion dollar investment in the US charging infrastructure turned on their first fast charging station in Massachusetts as part of their 4 year investment in North America not including their $800 million California investment. EA will be building out an extensive network of fast charging stations that will support people wanting to go on road trips with efficient, fast and reasonable charging of their EV auto's from coast to coast.

Up till now, while the northeast states have signed onto California's move to a cleaner auto environment, the installation of charging stations have been haphazard at best and leaving EV auto owners looking at a road trip equal to the early 1900's before gas stations were on every corner.

The Northeast Corridor Regional Strategy has brought together the following states and districts in putting together an extensive detailed roadmap on how the money will be invested to allow charging at Destination Locations, on the road, around town, at work and home. 

Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia.

These 11 states and 1 district came up with the following overarching issues:

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They then worked out and defined the recommendations for the following charging use cases:

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This group has successfully come up with a strategy that covers from 2018 to 2021 from interoperability, regulations, up time, pricing to low-income and disadvantaged communities. This strategy is a clear road map to the successfully implement a charging station roadmap of installations to marketing and awareness.

Anyone who is wondering how we will flip over from ICE auto's to EV auto's will see here that a major EV station push is coming that will benefit everyone including attracting tourism by making roadtrip fun and easy in an EV auto.

northeast-regional-charging-strategy-2018.pdf

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