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One of the nation’s largest utilities—Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E)—has begun the process of deploying approximately 7,500 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in northern and central California.
For over 100 years, Michigan has remained the country’s undisputed automotive capitol.
Tesla has delivered the first 30 production Model 3’s—the automaker’s mass-market, affordable electric vehicle (EV) that will be available for under $27,500 after a federal tax credit.
The state’s largest investor-owned utilities are proposing to make over $1 billion in new investments to “accelerate widespread transportation electrification,” focusing on “light-duty” electric vehicles, as well as bigger, heavier, “medium and heavy-duty” vehicles, in a big way.
A decision adopted today by the California Public Utilities Commission would result in the nation’s single-largest deployment of charging stations for electric vehicles (EVs).