The U.S. federal government is going to lead the charge on national zero emissions vehicle adoption by mandating a full zero-emissions fleet by 2035. This executive order dictates what federal agencies must do, not what private business nor citizens of the U.S. are required to do.
This could lead to good things for EV consumers, considering that the U.S. government fleet is made up of about 645,000 total vehicles—and nearly 200,000 of those are passenger vehicles. Any business that does fleet contract work for the GSA will definitely need to begin working towards being able to service those vehicles right now.
A few changes have already occurred, such as the U.S. Park Police using EV bikes and motorcycles, and the Department of Homeland Security plans to utilize Ford Mustang Mach-Es. Testing for its adoption is scheduled to happen in the next few months of 2022, at the earliest.
Read the article at MotorTrend.