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Utilities charging ahead with infrastructure for electric vehicles

By   /   Friday, March 31st, 2017  /   Comments Off on Utilities charging ahead with infrastructure for electric vehicles

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Electric vehicle owners can charge their vehicles for around 40-60 cents per kilowatt hour using Thousand Oaks Transportation Center charging stations. Utility companies in the Tri-Counties have put forth proposals to expand the infrastructure for electric vehicle charging stations in the region, with a goal to accelerate adoption among medium- and heavy-duty commercial fleets. PG&E…

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