California Approves $41 Million for Electric Vehicle Charging

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California regulators approved proposals by utilities to spend $41 million on electric vehicle charging projects to help the state reduce greenhouse gases.

PG&E Corp., Edison International and Sempra Energy can move forward with pilot initiatives designed to speed the electrification of school buses, ports and delivery trucks, the California Public Utilities Commission said Thursday. Other programs call for installing fast-charging stations in cities and incentives for car dealerships, the commission said in a statement.

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