The number of EV charging sessions and total energy consumed per day dropped by 40% immediately after the arrival of the first COVID-19 case in Utah . While EV mobility dropped moredramatically than total vehicle mobility, both returned to stable levels near their mean values by September 2020, despite a dramatic third wave in new infections . The changes seen reflect responses to responses to new cases, local health guidelines,and seasonality, making the relationship between mobility and the pandemic uniquefrom region to region . This paper presents a data-driven case study of electricvehicle (EV) charging and mobility in the wake of the outbreak of COVID19 in the U.S. It concludes that both EV mobility and EV mobility

Author(s) : Alejandro Palomino, Masood Parvania, Regan Zane

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Keywords : mobility - ev - covid - charging - vehicle -

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