Federal money is now headed to states for building up fast EV chargers on highways

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All fifty states, D.C. and Puerto Rico have received the go-ahead to start spending federal dollars on new chargers. The long-term plan is to spend $5 billion improving charging infrastructure.
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Federal money is now headed to states for building up fast EV chargers on highways

All fifty states, D.C. and Puerto Rico have received the go-ahead to start spending federal dollars on new chargers. The long-term plan is to spend $5 billion improving charging infrastructure.(Image credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Feds Approve $5 Billion Plan for States To Build EV Chargers Along Highways

EV charging is about to get more accessible for a lot more people. AP News is reporting that the Transportation Department has given all 50 states final approval to begin constructing a nationwide network of EV chargers built along the country’s interstate highway system. Read more...

2 months ago
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Federal money is now headed to states for building up fast EV chargers on highways

All fifty states, D.C. and Puerto Rico have received the go-ahead to start spending federal dollars on new chargers. The long-term plan is to spend $5 billion improving charging infrastructure.

2 months ago
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