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Live Webinar: Ensuring A High Quality EV Charging Experience With NEVI

What’s all the fuss about BIL and NEVI? They mean great things for the cleantech revolution, the adoption of EVs in the US, and for improving the EV driver and charging experience. 

Let’s break down those acronyms first: we all know EVs (electric vehicles); BIL = the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which was passed in 2021; NEVI = the National EV Infrastructure program; FHWA = Federal Highway Administration. The BIL includes the NEVI program, which allocates five billion dollars over five years to all US States for EV infrastructure (cleantechies and EV drivers rejoice!). 

On June 14th, 2022, CleanTechnica’s CEO, Zachary Shahan, will host experts for a live webinar to discuss the NEVI program, its requirements, and what this means for EV drivers and their charging experience in the United States. We’ll discuss the EV charging programs individual states are developing to make use of the funds allocated for EV charging infrastructure. The FHWA has issued guidelines for the NEVI program that each state must follow, so we’ll go over what this means for EV drivers, too. 

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TUESDAY, JUNE 14th, 2022

1:00pm ET / 10:00am PT

What do these programs mean for the EV driver now that laws have passed and billions of dollars have been set aside? Find out by joining industry experts for a live webinar on Tuesday, June 14th


  • Asaf Nagler – Vice President External Affairs, ABB E-mobility North America
  • Zach Pierce – Climate Change Policy Advisor, Office of Governor Roy Cooper

Register today! Bring your burning NEVI and BIL questions and comments, as we’ll have time for a few audience inquiries during the webinar. See you then!

This article is supported by ABB E-Mobility.

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