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What could a Biden administration mean for EV adoption in the US?

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31 August 2020

What could a Biden administration mean for EV adoption in the US?

Report summary

As part of his campaign to become US president, democratic nominee Joe Biden has featured electric vehicles in his clean energy plan. Specifically, he has targeted deploying 500,000 new public charging outlets, restoring the full electric vehicle tax credit, and developing a new fuel economy target should he win the election. But just how effective would each measure be in the push for wider EV adoption in the US?

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  • Executive summary
  • Biden pledges to enhance electric vehicle use
  • Summary

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This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • Wood Mackenzie projected deployment for public chargers
  • Price of select cars and equivalent EVs
  • Share of electric vehicle sales in major regions
  • EV sales, 2019-2030E

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