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March 1, 2024
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Maine Roadmap Shows Gap in Public EV Infrastructure Funding
Maine's Clean Transportation Roadmap estimates that the state would need to invest $50.3 million in public DC fast chargers over the next four years if regulators adopt California's Advanced Clean Cars II regulations.
Maine's Clean Transportation Roadmap estimates that the state would need to invest $50.3 million in public DC fast chargers over the next four years if regulators adopt California's Advanced Clean Cars II regulations. | Chevrolet
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Maine’s Clean Transportation Roadmap identified $27 million in available state funding for EV infrastructure investment, leaving an estimated $44 million gap.
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