Northeast States Teaming Up to Build EV Charging Network

October 31, 2011 · Print This Article


The West Coast has wasted no date building electric vehicle corridors, but so far the Northeast has lagged behind on electric car infrastructure, particularly considering the size of the population there.  Luckily, the lagging behind will soon end.  A new regional initiative called the Northeast Electric Vehicle Network will bring together 11 states plus Washington, D.C. to build an electric car charging network.  The network plans to bring hundreds of chargers online

by the next couple of years to energize adoption of EVs in the region.

The states participating are Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont. Maine will be represented on a city level instead of statewide.  The states will team up with automakers, both large retailers and small shops and charging network companies to work on placing charging stations in the most […]

[Source] Bonnie Story

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