President Joe Biden is expected to announce the approval of the first $900 million for electric vehicle chargers across the country on Wednesday during his speech in Detroit, a White House official said.

The money is part of the bipartisan Infrastructure Act and will help build chargers on 53,000 miles of the national highway system.

Biden is expected to visit the North American International Auto Show in Detroit before delivering remarks on investments in U.S. electric vehicle manufacturing.

“Since President Biden took office, companies like Toyota, Honda, Ford Motor Company, General Motors and Panasonic have announced investments of nearly $85 billion to manufacture electric vehicles, EV batteries and chargers. across America, including North Carolina, Michigan, Ohio, Missouri and Kansas,” the official said in a statement.

The official added that Biden “will discuss how his vision and leadership on autos — including through his bipartisan Infrastructure Act, the Cut Inflation Act and the CHIPS and Science Act – positioned the United States to lead the future of electric vehicles – creating more jobs and earning more in America while fighting climate change.”

Biden is also expected to speak with unionized workers, CEOs and local leaders “throughout the day,” the official said.