New figures reveal how Biden’s ‘radical’ EV push has failed in key way

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Two years ago, President Joe Biden allocated a substantial $7.5 billion toward the construction of thousands of electric vehicle charging stations across the nation, but the promised rollout remains elusive.

Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law invested $7.5 billion in EV charging when signed into law in 2021. Congress backed the legislation and agreed to build a national network of 500,000 EV chargers by 2030.

The United States is far from its goals, as the nation has nearly 180,000 chargers, including private and public, and DC Fast Charging and Level 2, according to the Energy Department.

The Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory predicts the U.S. will need 28 million charging ports by 2030 to refuel the 33 million light-duty electrics that are estimated to be on the road by then, according to a June report.

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