DOE Announces $5 Billion for EV Charging Network

Provides funding for more than five years.

President Biden’s administration has been releasing details over the past few months regarding their plans for a nationwide network of electric vehicle charging stations. Last week, the Energy Department announced that over the next five years $5 billion would be made available for the effort through the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program, which states can access by submitting an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan.

“We are modernizing America’s national highway system for drivers in cities large and small, towns and rural communities, to take advantage of the benefits of driving electric,” said Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm. “The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is helping states to make electric vehicle charging more accessible by building the necessary infrastructure for drivers across America to save money and go the distance, from coast-to-coast.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Secretary Granholm to seek God’s direction as she oversees the roll out of charging stations.
  • For the president to have wisdom as he implements energy policies nationwide.
  • For discernment for U.S. energy officials as they pursue renewable energy sources and production.

Sources: Department of Energy


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