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EVAdoption Launches NEVI Plans Database

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Through the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) program, the US will be allocating $5 billion over 5 years to all 50 states (plus District of Columbia and Puerto Rico) to build DC fast charging stations along highway corridors. We are excited to announce that EVAdoption has built a NEVI Plan database that will include all of the plans in a single, easy-to-access location.

As of now, 43 states have published their NEVI plans publicly and are available in our database. The other 9 states are waiting until their plans are approved and are expected to publish them in October.

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) will approve all of the state plans by late September and states will revise their plans as needed and then make them available to the public. As they become available, EVAdoption will add these plans to the database and update existing plans that are revised.

NEVI Program Background

On November 15, 2021, the President signed into law the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), enacted as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), part of which created a new National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program. Its goal is to fund the building of a nationwide network of 500,000 EV chargers by 2030.

Each state will be allocated a share of the total $5 billion being allocated over five years (fiscal years 2022-2026). Plans needed to be submitted (and all were) to the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation (Joint Office) no later than August 1, 2022. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) will approve eligible Plans by September 30, 2022. States that submitted plans before August 1, 2022 will be approved by FHWA on a rolling basis. 

What is Included in the NEVI Plans (Basic) Database?

In the initial NEVI Plans Basic database plan, you will be able to access the 43 plans and some basic additional information. And as other plans become available in/around October 2022 or existing plans are revised, these will also be available in your NEVI Plan subscription. In the Basic plan, a limited number of data fields will include:

  • State
  • Link to the state’s NEVI or EV charging website page
  • Yes/No if the plan has been published
  • Link to view and download the state NEVI plan PDF
  • FHWA funding amount allocated per state
  • The matching 20% funding amount
  • Total Federal + matching funding dollars
  • The estimated number of sites to be built in a state (based on a rough estimate of 75% of funding going to new sites at $1,000,000 site versus the updating of existing Alternative Fuel Corridor (AFC) sites that have less than 4, 150 kW DC fast chargers).
  • The estimated number of DC fast chargers (number of sites time 4 DC fast chargers per site)

Access/Features: Subscribers would have 24/7 access and would get the plan updates as soon as they become available and we can get them into the database. With our database you can:

  • Search
  • Sort columns
  • Use filters
  • Export a CSV file

Cost: $73 per month.

Sign up for your subscription here.

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Process

To get immediate access to the 43 plans that have been published to date, and all plans published in the future or updated, sign up for your subscription here. The subscription process requires completion of three steps.

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Loren McDonald

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