Monday, 19 September 2022 13:36

Rhode Island’s EV Charging Plan Gains Federal Approval

Written by Brent Addleman, The Center Square


...all direct current fast charging stations, workforce development, and maintenance and upgrade. The state has designated Interstate 95 as a priority through an Alternative Fuel Corridor for investment.


The program’s goal, according to the release, is to build an interconnected network that will cull data collection, access and reliability for charging stations, along with prioritizing funding to fill gaps within the charging market, support the state’s transportation network and develop a local workforce.


Over the past decade, charging stations have been deployed across the state, and 300 publicly accessible charging stations exist in the state to support to the nearly 6,000 electric vehicles in the state.


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