President Joe Biden’s administration allocated U.S. $51 million fund to “build public confidence” in electric vehicles and close the gaps in national charging infrastructure. The gaps in coverage affect rural, disadvantaged and hard-to-reach locations, according to the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation.
While Unites States lags China and the European Union when it comes to electric vehicle penetration, the trend is upward. As overall new car registrations have fallen, EV sales have continued to rise in proportion. Registrations in the first quarter of 2023 topped 250,000 units. A larger selection of models on offer aided this growth. This year, there are 42 models available to US car buyers, up from 34 in 2022.
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