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March 1, 2024
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NJ Boosts EV Charging Program for Tourist, Multifamily Locations
BPU Hears Comments on EV Vehicle Incentive Proposal
This apartment building in Weehawken was awarded a grant of $1,500 for equipment and $5,000 for preparation to install an EV charger under a state incentive program aimed at encouraging the installation of EV chargers at multiunit dwellings.
This apartment building in Weehawken was awarded a grant of $1,500 for equipment and $5,000 for preparation to install an EV charger under a state incentive program aimed at encouraging the installation of EV chargers at multiunit dwellings. | © RTO Insider LLC
New Jersey added $6 million to incentive programs designed to encourage the development of EV charging stations at tourist locations and multifamily buildings.
Light-duty vehiclesNew JerseyState and Local Policy