The Transportation Department said it just approved EV charger plans from the last set of 17 states, triggering the release of $1.5 billion in federal funds to all jurisdictions nationwide to install or upgrade chargers along 75,000 miles of highway from coast to coast. Plans for the other 33 states and the District of Columbia were approved earlier this month.
By year’s end, drivers could start seeing expansions and upgrades to existing highway EV stations in states such as California, Colorado, Florida, and Pennsylvania. Construction of new EV charging locations could begin by next spring”. Read the entire article at CleanTechnica