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April 16, 2024

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DOE Announces $366M for Rural, Tribal Clean Energy Projects
About 300 off-grid homes in the Hopi and Navajo nations soon could have electricity from solar and storage systems paid for with part of $366 million in federal funding.
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DOT to Fund EV Chargers in Remote, Disadvantaged Communities

The funding will put a total 7,500 EV chargers at locations, from multifamily housing developments in New Jersey and Maryland, to public libraries in California to remote villages like Haines, Alaska.

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New Jersey Backs Geothermal Study, EV Charger Bills
Lawmakers gave final passage to bills to study geothermal heat pump systems, promote electric vehicle charger installation and require status updates of residential solar systems in home sales.
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New Jersey EV Charger Bill Sparks Scrutiny of Demand Charges
The bill seeks to accelerate the installation of direct current fast chargers by giving commercial charger operators a break on rates.
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Report Shows Rapidly Growing Need for EV Chargers in California

California will need to double its public EV charging infrastructure between 2030 and 2035, according to a new report by the state's Energy Commission.

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NCUC Approves Duke Energy’s Voluntary EV Charging Program
North Carolina regulators approved a new, voluntary electric vehicle charging program where Duke Energy will rent and maintain chargers for its customers.
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NJ Ramps up EV Purchase, Charger Installation Programs
New programs will also offer special incentives to spur installation of EV chargers at New Jersey's tourist destinations and multiunit dwellings.
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Automakers Pledge to Put 30K EV Chargers on US Highways

Seven major automakers pledged to install 30,000 DC fast chargers in the U.S., which would more than double the current fast charging infrastructure.

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California Makes $150M Available for Zero-emission School Buses
The California Air Resources Board is taking applications for $150 million in state funding to help public school districts purchase zero-emission buses and related infrastructure.
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NY Steps Up Planning for Medium- and Heavy-duty EVs
New York is laying the groundwork to develop the charging infrastructure needed for the larger EVs intended to replace conventional trucks and buses.

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