Join Green Energy Consumers Alliance on March 14 to learn what’s on the horizon for public electric vehicle charging in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
More people than ever are considering driving an electric car, and although most electric vehicle (EV) drivers will charge at home, public charging is crucial to help people of all lifestyles make the transition. So what are Massachusetts and Rhode Island doing to make sure there’s enough public charging to meet the growing demand?
On the state level, there’s MA’s use of Volkswagen settlement funding, RI’s plan for Power Sector Transformation, and both states’ participation in a regional effort to curb transportation emissions. And that’s just the beginning of what’s to come – private organizations, like National Grid, Eversource, and Electrify America, are developing their own plans to aid public charging infrastructure.
Get (free!) tickets for the “Charging Ahead” webinar on Thursday, March 14 at 12pm or 7pm.
Here are some good reasons to attend the webinar:
- You own an electric car, and you’re excited to plug into more public charging.
- You’re thinking about driving electric, and you’re curious about your future public charging options.
- You believe electric cars are critical for reducing transportation-related emissions, and you’re ready to see what MA and RI will do to address them.
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