Virginia is moving into the fast lane on electric vehicles (EVs). The Commonwealth approved measures to adopt new vehicle emissions standards and EV sales targets; legislators are looking for ways to fund EV adoption incentives; and, a recent study by ACEEEE gave Virginia the highest marks of any state in the southeast on transportation electrification. ...Continue Reading →
Curbside Charging: A Model Ordinance for Cities and Counties
In 2021, the United States and Virginia are at an approximate 2% adoption rate of Electric Vehicles (EVs). In order to support the new EVs that will be hitting the road in the coming years and expand EV access to all people, we will need to increase the availability of electric vehicle chargers.
Planning EV infrastructure can seem like a daunting ...Continue Reading →
Dominion Energy to Support the DEQ Clean School Bus Program by Providing Free Chargers
This week Dominion Energy announced that they would be supporting the Clean School Bus Program managed by the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) by proving an electric school bus fast-charging solution to school districts that are located within the Dominion Energy service territory at no additional cost to the school districts. Through this offering, Dominion Energy will pay for the approved Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) capable fast chargers, the networking costs and all costs associated ...Continue Reading →