April 16, 2024


California Energy Commission
CEC, Caltrans Solicit Feedback on New Program for EV Charger Repair
The California Energy Commission and Department of Transportation are seeking feedback on a state grant program designed to replace and repair more than 1,300 chargers at 300 sites statewide. 
Deadlines and Demand Charges at Issue as Pa. PUC Opens EV Rate Proceeding
Pennsylvania regulators agreed to set guidelines for electric vehicle charging rates, with deadlines and demand charges among the key issues to be decided.
Collaboration Crucial to Create Trucking Fleets of the Future
Industry stakeholders are working together to develop what they believe will be the least disruptive way to gradually electrify diesel trucking fleets.
Nevada PUC Rejects Mobile-only Payment Systems for EV Chargers
Nevada regulators rejected ChargePoint's request that the company's public EV chargers in the state provide for smartphone-only payments.
Massachusetts Needs to Sell 45,000 ZEVs per Year by 2025
Robert O’Koniewski of the Massachusetts State Auto Dealers Association said reaching the state’s EV goals will require more affordable vehicles and choice.
Connecticut Set to Pull Trigger on EV Charger Program
Connecticut regulators are proposing the development of a nine-year EV charging equipment deployment program starting in January 2022.

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