Arizona picks AECOM for new EV charging station plan

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The Arizona Department of Transportation has picked Dallas-based engineering firm AECOM (NYSE: ACM) to develop a new plan to deploy electric vehicles charging stations statewide.

The focus of the efforts will be how to better develop and open EV charging stations along interstate highways and near alternative energy sources.

The effort looks to encourage more electric vehicle purchase and improve access to charging stations across the state.

“With the creation of the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation, there is an immense opportunity to transform how mobility is addressed within our communities,” said Jennifer Aument, chief executive of AECOM’s global transportation business. “As a leader in emerging electrification technologies, we’re intimately familiar with NEVI (National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure) guidance and have a deep bench of capabilities to support our clients as they navigate the transportation-energy nexus. We look forward to partnering with ADOT to deliver a data-driven, strategic plan for the siting of EV chargers and assisting the state in receiving significant benefits from federal funding sources.”

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