In the push towards zero emission vehicles (ZEV), the federal government has come to realize they cannot quickly and effectively replicate the 40,000 commercial fueling stations across the country with electric charging or hydrogen stations. Instead, they have come up with a plan to concentrate on “freight corridors.”

The map above (click map for larger view) represents the “freight corridors” the federal government will prioritize in the development of ZEV infrastructure. If you are in Kansas, Idaho, Tennessee or a host of other states, you are out of luck.

What is the cost of being ZEV ready? The answer is $1 trillion…$620B for infrastructure and $370B to upgrade the electrical grid. And, that does not take into the account the added costs of ZEV trucks.

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