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New Jersey EV infrastructure plan targets private capital over ratepayer dollars ‘wherever possible’

May 26, 2020

New Jersey ended 2019 with just over 30,000 EVs on its roads, so it will need to see rapid adoption to meet Murphy’s goal.

The straw proposal process “aims to really jump start the whole EV industry in New Jersey,” said Tittel. “We really need to accelerate our programs and get them moving.”

BPU staff will solicit stakeholder input on the proposal through a web-based public meeting on June 3, and will take written comments through June 17.

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