Apr 9, 2024

Mindful that convenient charging is a factor in getting people to give up gas-powered cars, state officials are accepting feedback this month as they develop requests for proposals for a pair of high-dollar electric vehicle charging initiatives.

The Healey administration in February announced plans to invest $50 million in EV charging infrastructure using four programs. Responses to a Massachusetts Clean Energy Center notice of intent pertaining to two of those programs are due by April 26.

Read the full article at State House News.

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