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Data and Tools

As part of a suite of technical assistance resources, the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation connects stakeholders with critical data and tools that are already available. These resources will continue to expand over time to meet evolving needs. Initially, this suite of resources is aimed to help states deploy electric vehicle charging infrastructure by:

  • Providing foundational datasets, including installed chargers and designated corridors
  • Helping states discover information independently
  • Enabling the market to expand using core capabilities from the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Transportation
  • Addressing gaps in existing datasets and tool requirements
  • Facilitating connections among states with electric charging experts

Existing Charging Infrastructure

These tools can help states understand where electric vehicle charging infrastructure is installed and where existing corridors are designated:

EV Program Development Tools

These resources can help states with developing an electric vehicle charging program.

  • EV States Clearinghouse: Repository for state EV program documents, current state-level EV roadmaps, and other resources to support EV infrastructure program development

Clean School Bus Resources

These resources can help school districts plan for and deploy clean school buses.

Clean Transit Bus Resources

These resources can help transit fleets plan for and deploy clean transit buses.

Network and Environmental Data

These resources help states in understanding external factors to support their electric vehicle charging infrastructure deployment.

Modeling Tools

These resources provide states modeling expertise and tools to plan charging locations, design charging stations, and perform financial analysis.

Equity and Climate Impact Tools

These resources help states understand equity and climate considerations.

Designated Charging Corridors

This map shows existing EV charging corridors. You can also turn on the station locations layer to see EV charging stations that meet the criteria for corridors.