State Activity

Our Activity Across the U.S.

Since our founding in late 2021, CAP has engaged in states across the country, advocating to break down the barriers to private investment in EV charging. Click on any state below to learn more about CAP’s activity there. If a state is not green, we have not been engaged there yet beyond sending a letter encouraging consideration of our policy principles when implementing the federal NEVI program.


Don’t see a state highlighted in green and think there are opportunities for CAP to get involved? Reach out and let us know!

Below are the states where CAP has engaged, either in regulatory proceedings or through advocacy on legislation. Click on the state to learn more about our engagement and view resources for the state. Additionally, in summer of 2022, CAP sent letters to all 50 states and the District of Columbia encouraging consideration of our policy principles as the states developed plans for implementation of the NEVI program. If you don’t see your state listed and believe there is activity or opportunities that we should be engaging on reach out and let us know!


Addressing unfair competition and antiquated rate structures is key to building our Arkansas' EV charging network. Read More


A reliable and convenient EV charging network is essential. Companies in Arizona are ready to step up, but not under the threat of unfair competition. Read More


Colorado is currently an unfriendly state for private investment in EV charging, a fact that will need to change to support the continued growth of EV adoption. Read More


CAP is advocating to end utility domination of the EV charging market in Florida. Fair competition will create the refueling experience that EV drivers need. Read More


Georgia has emerged as a leader in EV charging policy by limiting the ability of utilities to compete unfairly in the EV charging market. Read More


It is essential for Iowa to have a top notch EV charging market. A level playing field approach to the market will deliver the best results for all parties. Read More


Regulatory activity in Indiana has considered policies and approaches to support the electrification of transportation. Read More


In order for private entities to confidently invest in Kentucky's EV charging market, change is necessary to level the playing field. Read More


Progress has been made but there is more work to be done in Louisiana to grow the EV charging market. Read More


Maryland has allowed utilities to control the EV charging market, leading to an unreliable charging network that does not best meet the needs of drivers. Read More


Minnesota saw one of the largest rate-basing proposals in the country, one that would stifle private investment and raise power bills. Read More

North Carolina

A competitive and fair EV charging market will allow North Carolina to develop the EV charging network necessary for drivers of today and tomorrow. Read More

North Dakota

North Dakota has examined EV charging issues through a regulatory proceeding, including rate design. Read More


With the passage of LB 1317 Nebraska has transformed from one of the worst states for private investment in EV charging into one of the best. Read More

New Hampshire

New Hampshire continues to study EV charging programs and rate design though regulatory activity. Read More

New Jersey

New Jersey has proven to be a forward-thinking state regarding rate structure for EV charging, taking steps to address demand charges. Read More

New Mexico

Implementation of legislation which promotes utility owned EV chargers is preventing private entities from confidently investing in New Mexico's EV charging network. Read More


Troubling moves by Nevada's utilities to enter the EV charging market are dissuading private investment in the state. Read More


Breaking down the anti-competitive barriers to private investment will ensure that Ohioans get the EV charging network they need, without raising power bills for captive ratepayers. Read More


Oklahoma has emerged as the state with the most definitive policy embracing competition in the EV charging network following the passage of SB 502. Read More


Pennsylvania is one of many states considering the future of electric rate design for EV charging. Read More

South Carolina

As South Carolina embarks on the development of their EV charging market, ensuring that competition and innovation guide the market will lead to the best results for all consumers. Read More


Texas is among states leading the nation in EV adoption. The passage of SB 1002 will help to build the charging network that the state needs. Read More


The Old Dominion saw legislation introduced that would have placed restrictions on utility ownership of EV charging stations that, despite bipartisan support, did not advance. Read More


Wisconsin is one of two states where EV charging operators cannot sell electricity by the kWh. Addressing this issue, and leveling the playing field, are essential to the growth of the EV charging network. Read More


The growth in the number of EVs on the road, and the need to recharge them, creates unique challenges for remote states such as Wyoming. Read More