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Policy Priorities for Advancing the U.S. Electric Vehicle Market

Policy Priorities for Advancing the U.S. Electric Vehicle Market

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The U.S. electric-vehicle industry has posted impressive growth over the last decade, with hundreds of companies now advancing the plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) market. But there is still much to do to further the transition to electric-drive vehicles. It will take a sophisticated set of policy tools and local action to spur manufacturers, utilities, localities, and states to fully commercialize PEVs.


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The U.S. electric-vehicle industry has posted impressive growth over the last decade, with hundreds of companies now advancing the plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) market. But there is still much to do to further the transition to electric-drive vehicles. It will take a sophisticated set of policy tools and local action to spur manufacturers, utilities, localities, and states to fully commercialize PEVs.

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Published by: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on Apr 26, 2013
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ENERGY AND CLIMATE|SEPTEMBER 2012
PoLICY PRIoRITIESfoR ADvANCINGThE U.S. ELECTRICvEhICLE MARkET
 
Debra Grdn, Daniel Sperling,and Daid Liingstn
 
 
EnErgy and climatE | sEptEmbEr 2012
policy prioritiEsfor advancingthE U.s. ElEctricvEhiclE markEt
de g, de se, d l
 
© 2012 Carnegie Endowment or International Peace. All rights reserved.
 The Carnegie Endowment does not take institutional positions on public policy issues; the views represented here are the authors’ own and do not necessarily 
reect the views of the Endowment, its staff, or its trustees.
No part o this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any orm or by any means without permission in writing rom the Carnegie Endowment. Pleasedirect inquiries to:Carnegie Endowment or International PeacePublications Department1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW  Washington, D.C. 20036el. +1 202-483-7600Fax: +1 202-483-1840 www.CarnegieEndowment.org Tis publication can be downloaded at no costat www.CarnegieEndowment.org/pubs.
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The Carnegie Endowment is grateul to the Energy Foundationor its generous support o this publication.

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