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A Conversation on the Future of Electric Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure
Trevor Pawl, Michigan’s Chief Mobility Officer, speaks with Dedrick Roper, Director of Public-Private Partnerships at ChargePoint — the largest network of electric vehicle charging stations in the U.S. — about the future of electric vehicles, highlighting the importance of advancing charging infrastructure.
Model T to EV: Michigan’s Role in the Future of Automotive
The birthplace of the assembly line, Michigan is today driving the automotive industry into the future with educational programs, partnerships and the world’s best concentration of skilled workforce from R&D to design to production.
Michigan awards $1.7 million in grants to expand electric vehicle charging network across the state
Drivers of electric vehicles will have more locations to recharge their vehicle’s batteries as they travel across Michigan because of $1.7 million in grants awarded by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE).
Mobility Innovation in the Face of COVID-19
In response to the novel coronavirus outbreak, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) acted swiftly to expand existing initiatives and develop new relief programs to help small businesses, communities and entrepreneurs weather the immediate crisis, while continuing to look toward the economic recovery efforts that will enable long-term prosperity for all.
How Public and Private Partnerships Power the Future of Mobility
Think about your daily transit routine. Did you drive your vehicle down a public highway? It's likely you passed your state's Department of Transportation maintenance crews fixing the road along the way. Perhaps you took a city bus to get downtown. Maybe you called an Uber to get to the next destination, which wouldn't have been an option without the state making ride-sharing legal.