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California Energy Commission Approves 2016 Funds for EV Chargers, NGV Purchases

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  • California Energy Commission Approves 2016 Funds for EV Chargers, NGV Purchases

    by NGT Staff, Apr 14, 2016
    The California Energy Commission has approved nearly $9 million in grants for the installation of DC fast chargers along major state freeways and highways. These charging stations will allow electric vehicle (EV) drivers to travel from San Diego to the [Read More]

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    Electric charging is now available the entire length of Interstate 5 on the West Coast. In particular, the stretch from Medford Oregon to Redding California had required the use of a bulky 240V extension cord connected to an outlet in the laundry room of RV Campground operations until now. Fast chargers were announced for:

    2373 Ashland Street Ashland, OR Ashland Shell
    1868 Fort Jones Rd Yreka, CADunsmuir, CA

    Additionally, $130M is being made available to the Northern California electric utility - PG&E - to provide charging at apartments and homes: