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by Alan Hall



NEVI Formula Program

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The National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure – NEVI Formula program announced in February 2022 is a federal initiative allocating $7.5 billion to build out a national electric vehicle charging network. The program helps states create a network of EV Charging stations along Alternative Fuel Corridors, particularly along the Interstate Highway System.

The intent of this program is for states to build out the needed infrastructure network to support mass electric vehicle adoption among the public.

By expanding EV charging infrastructure nationwide, the goal among agencies is to create a convenient, reliable, affordable, and equitable charging experience for all users.

Each state has created their own plans and requirements for EV Infrastructure Deployment. Site hosts (real estate owners) are needed to lease, own or operate these EV Charging sites. These sites can include existing retail locations but must be available 24/7, 365 days of the year with onsite amenities, i.e. restrooms, shelter, etc.

DC America offers a modular EV charging solution that reduces installation time and costs, provides for inevitable future upgrades, and allows customizations that will make your charging location a preferred destination.

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