How EV Stations Are Changing the US Infrastructure

May 16, 2023

As you drive around, you’ll notice that more and more electric vehicle charging stations are popping up in parking lots. Parking garages, grocery stores, airports, apartment complexes, and department stores frequently have a small collection of these chargers in their lots now. If you’re wondering why more places are implanting these, it’s a good idea to understand how EV stations are changing the US infrastructure and how this benefits citizens and businesses.

Government Plans

The number of electric charging stations has risen over the past several years. There's been an estimated nearly 40 percent increase in chargers nationwide since 2021. In early 2023, the Biden-Harris administration passed a nonpartisan infrastructure law to help increase the number of charging stations around the country. The plan invested over $7.5 billion to build new chargers in America and for more installation options on major highways and in communities.

Tax Incentives

Aside from creating jobs through the manufacturing of new stations, one of the ways EV stations are changing the US infrastructure is through incentives for businesses. Part of the nonpartisan law toward the advancement of EV stations allows companies to receive grants and tax breaks for installing charging stations on their property. Large and small businesses can benefit from these tax breaks and gain additional income through customers using their charging stations.

Moving Toward New Technology

When discussing the nonpartisan law, the Biden-Harris administration revealed that the idea was to encourage the sale and production of electric vehicles. The sales estimates predict that over 48 million electric vehicles will be on the road by 2030. By incentivizing drivers and businesses to install more charging stations and lean into electric vehicles, we can start to shift away from reliance on gasoline and other fossil fuels. The changes in the infrastructure can help result in a brighter, cleaner future.

To learn more about electric car charging stations or to book an appointment with a licensed installer, Anson Electric is here for you. We have decades of experience and are ready to help you with your electrical needs in the San Diego area. Contact us today for more details on our services or to book an appointment.

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