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April 23, 2024
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Maryland PSC Approves Updates to Utility EV Charging Programs
Despite Large Incentives, Utilities See Little Uptake for Chargers at Multi-unit Dwellings
Three of five Maryland Public Service commissioners now drive EVs: (from left) Chair Jason Stanek (Nissan Leaf); Commissioner Michael Richard (Ford Mustang Mach-E) and Commissioner Obi Linton (Tesla).
Three of five Maryland Public Service commissioners now drive EVs: (from left) Chair Jason Stanek (Nissan Leaf); Commissioner Michael Richard (Ford Mustang Mach-E) and Commissioner Obi Linton (Tesla). | Maryland Public Service Commission
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Maryland regulators approved changes to the state’s EV charging pilot, increasing incentives for chargers installed at underserved locations.
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