As showcased by this week’s unveiling of the Ford F-150 Lightning EV, the shift to EVs has begun, the U.S. shift to EVs has started—but it’s just the beginning of our cleaner future.
Like the union-supported vehicle assembly jobs, the United States must capture the battery supply chain and create good, family-supporting jobs.
Manufacturing incentives under the American Jobs Plan help establish a domestic EV supply chain to build EVs for both American and global car buyers. The plan contains bold manufacturing federal tax credits, loans, and grants for retooling and expanding American plants to make electric vehicles and their components and for training and employing workers. These investments will create the high-quality jobs of the future.
Read the article at NRCD Action Fund.