EV Charging Expansion to Generate 160,000 Jobs in the U.S.

A new study by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) has highlighted the significant economic benefits of the electric vehicle (EV) transition in the United States, forecasting the creation of approximately 160,000 jobs by 2032. This boost in employment is primarily driven by the anticipated expansion of the EV charging infrastructure, necessitated by the Biden administration’s aggressive push towards electrification of the transport sector.
estimated full time equivalent jobs for u.s. light duty vehicle public workplace and home chargers in 2032

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