Urban EV Charging for All: 10 Strategies for City Governments

A new report outlines 10 strategies for city governments to improve EV charging infrastructure.

Widespread electric vehicle (EV) adoption is critical to confronting climate change – but a lack of sufficient public charging infrastructure is holding many potential EV drivers back. A new resource published today by the Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability at Harvard University, the MIT Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research, and the Harvard Kennedy School Taubman Center for State and Local Government provides actionable insights for city governments looking to create the conditions for broader EV ownership in their city. 

Read the report below: