NASEO, AASHTO, and Atlas Public Policy Launch Series of NEVI Case Studies, Beginning with Alaska

Source: NASEO

NASEO, AASHTO, and Atlas Public Policy released the first in a series of case studies on the first phase of the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) program, “NEVI Implementation in Alaska: Case Study.” The case studies are intended to delve deeper into states’ NEVI solicitation design and stakeholder process; outline the scoring rubric and application evaluation process; discuss the applicant pool variety and quality; and illustrate the successes and challenges of the program. These case studies are part of a larger initiative led by NASEO and AASHTO to enhance coordination and collaboration between State Energy Offices and State Departments of Transportation to ensure that NEVI and other EV charger investments are made in a strategic, coordinated, efficient, and equitable manner. This first case study provides an overview of Alaska’s experience soliciting and awarding EV charging site buildout along their singular alternative fuel corridor (AFC) that runs from Anchorage to Fairbanks (AK-3). Click here to read the case study. Additional case studies profiling other states’ NEVI processes and progress will be released in the coming months.