A plan for coordinating public and private sector action to accelerate the adoption of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) nationwide is presented in a March 2012 report produced by the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) and the Center for Environmental Excellence by AASHTO. The action plan consists of recommendations presented by a PEV Dialogue Group convened by C2ES in 2011 that included representatives from auto manufactures, electric utilities, environmental groups, and federal and state officials. The recommendations include encouraging utilities and other policymakers to create a consistent regulatory framework nationwide, optimizing public and private investment in PEV charging infrastructure, facilitating PEV rollout, and educating consumers on the costs and benefits of PEVs.
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Table of Contents
2. Opportunities and Challenges of PEVs
3. Creating a Consistent Regulatory Framework Nationwide
4. Optimizing Public and Private Investments in Charging Infrastructure
5. Facilitating PEV Rollout
6. Educating Consumers
7. Next Steps
Appendix A: Action Plan Terms of Reference
Appendix B: Oil Price Volatility
Appendix C: Example Scoring System
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