New York was recently announced as one of eight states working together to encourage EV use and adaption, and it’s already working towards that goal. The New York Power Authority has signed a $1.5 million deal with EV Connect to build New York’s charging station infrastructure.
EV Connect will provide charging stations, management software and other services as part of the Charge New York Initiative introduced last year. Ultimately, New York wants to offer some 3,000 EV charging stations across the state as part of its contribution towards putting 3.3 million EVs on roads by 2025.
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