National EV Charging Summit invites public to attend

National EV Charging Summit invites public to attend

It will serve as a platform to hear from Biden Administration officials on the market pace they have set for EVs.

The National EV Charging Initiative is hosting the National EV Charging Summit Jan. 20, 2022 – a virtual, half-day event to bring together automakers, power providers, electric vehicle and charging industry leaders, labor and public interest groups. The event is free to the public to attend.

It will serve as a platform to hear from Biden Administration officials on the commitment and market pace they have set for EVs. It will also provide a forum to spotlight organizations and companies making commitments to support the administration’s EV charging efforts.

The National EV Charging Initiative launched in August 2021 to guide the deployment of a national charging ecosystem that assures all EV drivers and fleet operators have access to convenient, reliable, seamless and secure charging when they go electric. It is also vital that this infrastructure is deployed in a way that creates inclusive economic growth and good jobs at good wages.

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