City short on power to charge EVs - Evanston Now
Evanston is adding electrical vehicles to its fleet faster than it can afford to add charging capacity. City Engineer Lara Biggs says electrical equipment at several facilities is at the end of its useful life. 86% of the 121 capital projects proposed for 2024 align with the Climate Action and Resilience Plan.
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