The bill devotes $7.5 billion to Biden's goal — having half a million charging stations nationwide within a decade.
More choice in the EV market is among the factors boosting consumer demand.
President Biden wants to build half a million charging stations in the U.S. by 2030. But will most users be plugging in their cars at home?
People will often accept risks posed by things they know — like gas-powered cars — but not things that are new to them.
If the measure is enacted, one question will be: who should install and maintain those stations to encourage more EV adoption?
Among other ways, it would upgrade the power grid and support electric cars and public transit.
Major carmakers have already announced similar goals, even though EVs now make up just 2% to 3% of all auto sales in the U.S.
Federal money could be set aside for electric vehicles and charging stations. The solar industry, however, still has questions.
Citroën's "mobility object" is a small two-seater — think of it as a four-wheel moped. No driver's license required.
Electric cars can save drivers thousands of dollars on maintenance over the life of the vehicle.