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Con Edison’s New York EV charging program expands to include larger engines

September 17, 2018

The PSC’s decision complements a statewide EV infrastructure plan by expanding Con Ed’s smart charging program that was previously available only to light-duty EVs.

The expansion will allow the utility to investigate strategies to shift EV grid activity for vehicles with larger batteries and charging terminals, along with the customer response to heavier-duty EV rates. Heavy-duty EVs, such as trucks, may have a less flexible schedule, which merits additional study by Con Ed, the PSC said in a press release.

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