Since the early 20th century, petroleum has fueled the transportation sector in the United States. Today, for many states petroleum represents the number one source of energy demand, greenhouse gas emissions, and billions of dollars spent annually on fuel imports. As alternative fuel vehicle technology has improved and prices have dropped, state governments have worked to diversify their transportation sector, increasing the number of alternative fuels vehicles on the road, ensuring fueling infrastructure is widely available, and supporting industries like dealerships, maintenance shops, and emergency responders.
NASEO-Supported Efforts on Electric Vehicles and Alternative Fuels:
- Regional coordination on Electric Vehicle Infrastructure in the Intermountain West, through the REV West partnership
- Strategic Planning to Enable ESCOs to Accelerate NGV Fleet Deployment: A Guide for Business and Policymakers - coming soon
- Strategic Planning to Implement Publicly Available EV Charging Stations: A Guide for Business and Policymakers - coming soon
- PEV Policy Evaluation Rubric: A Methodology for Evaluating the Impact of State and Local Policies on Plug-In Electric Vehicle Adoption - coming soon
Outside resources to support States’ efforts on alternative fuel and electrification: