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Deep Dive into the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit in 2022 and 2023

The Section 30C Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property Infrastructure tax credit expired at the end of 2021; however, with the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, the program was renewed for another 10 years with a few caveats.   The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) of 2022 was signed into law by President Biden

How Do the Electric Vehicle Tax Credits Work?

Federal tax credits for electric vehicles in the United States are complicated, especially with new changes for 2023. Under the current version of the Section 30D Clean Vehicle Credit (CVC), there are specific criteria that both the vehicle and taxpayer must meet. The good news is that there are now tax credits for individuals and

Four Steps to Preparing Your Auto Dealership for Electric Vehicles

As the world continues to push forward with its transition from internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles to electric vehicles (EVs), automotive dealerships have a great opportunity to position themselves at the forefront of this changing landscape.  Currently, there is a gap between interest in EVs versus knowledge of EVs. A 2020 Consumer Reports survey found

How EV Charging Building Codes Help Future-Proof New Developments

It’s not just vehicles that are changing with the shift to electricity. The buildings we inhabit, and their parking lots, are evolving too. More and more municipalities are adopting new building codes that mandate electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure in new developments, further facilitating the overall adoption of EVs.   Why building codes are important 

The US Needs 20 Times More EV Charging Stations by 2030… Or Else

While it’s great news that electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming more popular in the United States, it does pose a unique issue: EV sales are now outpacing EV charging infrastructure. The federal government and automakers have set new goals for electric vehicle sales, and now it’s up to the business world and EV charging companies

New Technologies in Sustainable Grid Infrastructure

For decades, Americans have relied on electricity for light, heat, and cooking. Future generations will increasingly rely on the grid to power their vehicles. Consequently, power grid stability and resilience have caught the public’s attention as the demand for electricity and energy-consuming technologies continues to rise. One question we are hearing with greater frequency is