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California’s electric vehicle infrastructure materializes

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02 February 2016

California’s electric vehicle infrastructure materializes

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California has kicked off 2016 with a string of EV infrastructure pilot programs including two approved projects so far in the Southern California Edison and San Diego Gas & Electric territories which total $67 million for 5,000 new charging stations. The projects represent material action being taken towards the state’s goal of 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles on the road by 2025. These new projects also reflect the state’s attempts to address adoption fears, integration costs, as well as the chicken vs. egg dilemma the EVs currently face.

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