We are focused on collaborating with important stakeholders like electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers, local businesses, municipalities, and residents to ensure infrastructure necessary to support this transition, such as charging stations, is widely available.
We want to move forward with thoughtful policy allowing our society to invest in EVs with realistic goals and costs. We also want to pass legislation that would make emerging EV technology affordable and accessible for everyone. We can accomplish this by providing more incentives, starting initiatives informing the public about the benefits of EVs, and investing in research and development for EV technology.
Electric vehicles are part of the future for a clean planet. Industry experts explain the average price Americans are paying for new EVs continues to drop from year to year. Connecticut will likely not dictate the EV market, but the action we take now will better prepare our communities for the inevitable transition to alternative sources of energy.