Electric vehicles offer many potential benefits, including the possibility of lower fuel and maintenance costs, improved environmental quality, health benefits associated with improved air quality, and expanded transportation options. NCLC works to ensure that low income consumers can share in the benefits of electric vehicles and are not negatively affected by such a transition.
- Groups Joint Statement Supporting Electric Transportation, Feb. 11, 2020
- Making Electric Vehicles Work for Utility Consumers: A Policy Handbook for Consumer Advocates, November 2019 by Pat Knight, Erin Camp, PhD, Divita Bhandari, Jamie Hall, Melissa Whited, Ben Havumaki, Avi Allison, Nina Peluso, and Tim Woolf at Synapse Energy Economics, Inc. with foreword, comments, and suggestions provided by Jenifer Bosco (NCLC) and fellow advisory group members.
- The Future of Transportation Electrification: Utility, Industry and Consumer Perspectives, August 2018 by Philip B Jones (Alliance for Transportation Electrification), Jonathan Levy (EVgo/Vision Ridge), Jenifer Bosco (NCLC), John Howat (NCLC), John W Van Alst (NCLC), and Lisa C Schwartz, editor, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, August 2018
- Pressure at the Pump: Electric Vehicles Can Be Part of the Long-Term Solution, March 2022
- Principles for Fair and Equitable Investment in Electric Vehicles and Transportation Electrification, October 2018
- NCLC comments re: National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program, Aug. 22, 2022
- NCLC comments re: Fed. Highway Administration, Docket No. FHW-2021-0022, January 28, 2022
- NCLC comments re: Transportation & Climate Initiative of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States, February 28, 2020
- NCLC comments re: Transportation & Climate Initiative of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States, November 5, 2019
- Presentation: NJ Board of Public Utilities Panel Discussion: How to Ensure Equity in the EV Ecosystem, June 3, 2020
- Presentation: NARUC EV Working Group Transportation Electrification Access and Equity, May 26, 2020