EV Scam: Biden’s Grand EV Plan Is Barely Off The Ground And It Will Ultimately Leave EV Drivers Stranded

An EV pickup made it only 85 miles before needing a charge – if you’re lucky enough to find a charging station

(Breitbart) President Joe Biden has set a goal of creating a national network of 500,000 publicly available electric vehicle (EV) chargers by 2030 as part of his grand all-encompassing climate agenda.

Trouble is, despite the $5 billion National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure program splashing taxpayer cash for the project just Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania and Hawaii have taken the trouble to oblige, AP reports.


Easily accessible charging ports are a critical part of Biden’s mandate to force drivers away from gasoline-powered cars and trucks – whether they like it or not.

The AP report notes that effort took on greater urgency last month as the Biden administration announced new automobile emissions standards that officials called the most ambitious plan ever to cut pollution from passenger vehicles.

Meeting those standards would require a huge increase in sales of EVs and plug-in hybrids which are just not occurring.

As part of the national charging station rollout signed into law in November 2021, the Biden administration awarded $623 million in grants to states, local governments and tribes in January.

The grants will fund 47 EV charging stations and related projects in 22 states and Puerto Rico, including 7,500 charging ports, even as buyer resistance sees nowhere near the EV take-up needed to make the new charging ports financially viable.

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