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July 28, 2022 - Carlisle, PA

Wolf Administration Highlights Commitment to Clean Transportation

The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP) - along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL - highlighted Pennsylvania's forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL).

"Transportation is changing every day," said PennDOT Secretary Yassmin Gramian. "The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law has given us a great opportunity, and I'm proud of the progress that we - along with our partners - have made to prepare Pennsylvania for a future filled with electric vehicles.""

As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.

Speakers include:
Yassmin Gramian, PennDOT Secretary
Joe Adams, DEP Acting Executive Deputy Secretary
Rick Price, Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities
Eric McCrum, Energy and Sustainability Manager Sheetz
Margaret Sheely, Regional Affairs Director PPL



<a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_01.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL  highlighted Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_02.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL  highlighted Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_03.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>PennDOT Secretary Yassmin Gramian joins Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_04.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>PennDOT Secretary Yassmin Gramian joins Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_05.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>PennDOT Secretary Yassmin Gramian joins Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_06.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>PennDOT Secretary Yassmin Gramian joins Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_07.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>DEP Executive Deputy Secretary Joe Adams joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_08.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>DEP Executive Deputy Secretary Joe Adams joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_09.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>DEP Executive Deputy Secretary Joe Adams joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_10.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>DEP Executive Deputy Secretary Joe Adams joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_11.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Clean Cities PA Executive Director Rick Price joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Sheetz and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_12.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Clean Cities PA Executive Director Rick Price joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Sheetz and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_13.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Clean Cities PA Executive Director Rick Price joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Sheetz and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_14.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL  highlighted Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_15.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL  highlighted Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_16.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Eric McCrum, Energy and Sustainability Manager for Sheetz joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_17.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Eric McCrum, Energy and Sustainability Manager for Sheetz joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_18.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Eric McCrum, Energy and Sustainability Manager for Sheetz joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_19.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL  highlighted Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_20.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Eric McCrum, Energy and Sustainability Manager for Sheetz joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities and PPL to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_21.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Margaret Sheely, Regional Affairs Director for PPL, joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities and Sheetz to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019... <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_22.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Margaret Sheely, Regional Affairs Director for PPL, joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities and Sheetz to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019... <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_23.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Margaret Sheely, Regional Affairs Director for PPL, joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities and Sheetz to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019... <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_24.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Margaret Sheely, Regional Affairs Director for PPL, joins The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities and Sheetz to highlight Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). ..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019... <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_25.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL  highlighted Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)..As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.. <a href="https://filesource.wostreaming.net/commonwealthofpa/photo/22038_dot_elecVehicles_ERD_26.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Mandi Mladenoff, Communications Intern, Quinn Giambalvo, Policy Intern, Natasha Fackler, Infrastructure Implementation Coordinator DEP, PennDOT Secretary Yassmin Gramian, DEP Executive Deputy Secretary Joe Adams, Clean Cities PA Executive Director Rick Price, Eric McCrum, Energy and Sustainability Manager for Sheetz, Margaret Sheely, Regional Affairs Director for PPL..The Pennsylvania Departments of Transportation (PennDOT) and Environmental Protection (DEP)  along with partners from Pittsburgh Region Clean Cities, Sheetz, and PPL  highlighted Pennsylvanias forward momentum in its work related to electric vehicles (EV), putting the commonwealth in a solid position to maximize new funds available to support EVs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)...As part of the BIL, PennDOT will receive and distribute $171.5 million in National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds for EV charging infrastructure over the next five years. Additionally, $2.5 billion is available in discretionary grant funding. There are more than 31,000 EVs registered in Pennsylvania, nearly triple the roughly 9,700 that were registered in March 2019.