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Urge Your Legislators to Level the Playing Field for EVs
This month, both the House and Senate will begin consideration of broad infrastructure legislation. This legislation will likely include provisions incentivizing alternative fuel investments, including EV charging stations. It is essential that Congress hear from convenience and fuel retailers about the important role our industry plays within the transportation sector today and the ways to develop policy to ensure our customers can access the goods and services they expect. 

This legislation will spend a significant amount of taxpayer dollars on building electric vehicle charging infrastructure. If appropriate guardrails are not placed on that funding, electric utilities will be able to access those taxpayer-funded programs while also using ratepayer funds to invest in EV charging equipment. This creates an unlevel playing field for retailers and makes investment in charging equipment less attractive to the private sector. 

Congress needs to hear directly from you on why our industry is better equipped to own and operate charging stations. Please contact your members of Congress today to advocate for the industry’s interests in infrastructure legislation.

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