The BPU just approved an increase in electric vehicle charging infrastructure being proposed by PSE&G. For reasons that they did not explain, the initial request by PSE&G of $260 million was cut to $160 million.
While this is not as much as requested, I am of the thought that any improvement is a good step. We now need to get every office building and multifamily complex to create additional infrastructure.
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PSE&G gets green light to spend $166M on charging infrastructure for electric vehicles
Environmentalists: Proposed PSE&G electric vehicle settlement won’t advance state’s goals