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Office of Future Mobility and Electrification
In 2020, Gov. Whitmer created the Office of Future Mobility and Electrification and the Council on Future Mobility and Electrification to continue Michigan's leadership in mobility and electrification, fully leveraging the state's public, private and nonprofit sectors to support the startup and scale up of emerging technologies and businesses here in Michigan.Learn More
Michigan: Top Automotive Investment
Watch: A Pure Michigan EV Adventure
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Michigan Means Mobility
Michigan is proud to be the home for mobility, electrification and the future of the automotive frontier as it continues to attract a host of battery and electrification investments from companies around the globe, ensuring the future will be developed, tested and deployed here in the state.Learn More
Michigan currently offers 480 publicly accessible charging stations featuring nearly 1,400 charging outlets, in addition to 146 private charging stations throughout the state. Michigan continues to build out this infrastructure to encourage further EV adoption, putting the state within the top 25% of states for electric vehicle registrations.
The state’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy operates a multi-stakeholder initiative to determine the placement of DC fast-charging stations and other infrastructure needed along Michigan highways and select residential areas to support light-duty electric vehicle travel across the state. The state is now in the process of securing commitments to build out 75 additional DC fast-charging stations with nearly 300 chargers throughout Michigan by 2030. In addition, Michigan's two largest utilities, DTE Energy and Consumers Energy, have joined other utilities to create an interstate EV charging network across the Midwest.
In September 2021, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced a new initiative to develop the nation’s first wireless charging infrastructure on a public road in Michigan. The Inductive Vehicle Charging Pilot will create an electrified roadway system that allows electric buses, shuttles and vehicles to charge while driving, enabling electric vehicles to operate continuously without stopping to charge.
Mobility and Electrification Assets
Michigan maintains the world’s most diverse collection of AV testing environments for both early and later stage technologies. Explore the map on the left to learn more about each asset.
Michigan is the only state to implement all items on the list below.