American electric vehicles on the left, the EVs@Scale Lab Consortium logo in the middle with the caption “Harmonizing EVs with the Grid,” and a picture of wind energy turbines and solar panels on the right to represent the electrical grid

Learn more about how the consortium is accelerating the transition to an electric fleet in the Electric Vehicles at Scale Laboratory Consortium Fiscal Year 2022 in Review Report and contact us to join our mailing list.

With tens of millions of light-, medium-, and heavy-duty electric vehicles (EVs) projected to hit American roads by 2030, establishing a secure and scalable infrastructure is necessary to support the transition to an electric fleet. The U.S. Department of Energy’s Electric Vehicles at Scale Lab Consortium (EVs@Scale Lab Consortium) brings together national laboratories and key stakeholders to conduct infrastructure research and development to address challenges and barriers for high-power EV charging infrastructure that enable greater safety, grid operation reliability, and consumer confidence.

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