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Michigan utilities propose more than $20M in EV charging programs

August 13, 2018

Utilities across the country are viewing new demand from EVs as a potential boon to their systems, potentially allowing greater utilization and lower costs. But that will require the vehicles to be plugged in when other demand is low, to avoid the need for extensive upgrades and more expensive power purchases. Michigan utilities’ proposal focuses on off-peak EV charging, as well as on developing new EV infrastructure.

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