In 2021, the Rhode Island General Assembly passed bills H5031/S0994, which direct the Department of Transportation (RIDOT), the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV), and the Office of Energy Resources (OER) to “develop, no later than January 1, 2022, a plan for a statewide electric vehicle charging station infrastructure in order to make such electric vehicle charging stations more accessible to the public.”
RIDOT, DMV, and OER, along with the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM), are collaborating to develop this plan. This webpage will be updated with materials, including opportunities for public participation throughout the remainder of 2021. Please check back for more information.
Do you have ideas for how Rhode Island could build a strong network of electric vehicle chargers? We want to hear from you!
Please join us at any of the following public listening sessions. All sessions will be held virtually using Zoom, with call-in information available.
Public Listening Session #1 – Focus on Health-Transportation Nexus
When: Wednesday, Sept. 29 from 12pm – 1pm
Public Listening Session #2
When: Wednesday, Sept. 29 from 6pm – 7pm
Public Listening Session #3
When: Friday, Oct. 1 from 12pm – 1pm
Select the session or sessions you want to attend during your registration process. You will receive a Zoom link in an email.
We encourage you to submit your comments, concerns, questions, and ideas for the electric vehicle charging station plan using this form: https://ri.commentinput.com/?id=fURDi.
All stakeholders – including individuals, organizations, community groups, and industry stakeholders – are invited to comment.
Comments will be accepted through December 3, 2021. Thanks in advance for your insights.