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Plug-In Ready Michigan Electric Vehicle Plan

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Published on Aug 16, 2012


In the fall of 2011, Clean Energy Coalition was selected by the United States Department of Energy (DOE) to work with a coalition of more than 40 regional project partners to create an electric vehicle infrastructure readiness plan for Michigan.

Since the launch of this project, Clean Energy Coalition has been working with project partners to identify existing barriers and opportunities related to planning, zoning, codes, permitting, and utilities. As part of this effort, the team held a series of stakeholder meetings, completed a Michigan-specific forecasting study, and conducted a survey of Michigan's municipalities to help gauge the level of awareness and on-the-ground readiness for electric vehicle deployment.

The final plan (available at http://www.cec-mi.org/plugin) provides the necessary information and tools to planners, local officials, consumers, and private enterprises to prepare for an increase in plug-in electric vehicle use.

If you would like to arrange for Clean Energy Coalition staff to visit your community planning department or commission to dicsuss how your community can become electric-vehicle ready, please contact:

Program Contact Information
Mark Rabinsky
Mobility, Project Manager
734.585.5720 x24


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