Without a major overhaul of our charging infrastructure, a mass EV rollout can’t happen. That’s why $7.5 billion of President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill will go towards building a national network of EV chargers. But financial investment alone won’t help the US hit its targets.
State and local governments have a lot to consider – from grid demand, to the strategic placement of charging sites to meet a community’s needs, and future-proofing any installations. This will take rapid collaboration and coordination on an unprecedented scale. And for that, you need instant access to reliable information.
Enter: Connected vehicle data. With it, decision makers can see where EVs are going, how they’re moving through cities and communities, what their charging levels look like at different times of the day, and much more. This all happens in real time, helping to accelerate effective EV charging implementation.