NJDEP is seeking applicants for its latest round of grant funding for public fast charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. The $4 million competitive solicitation will award grants of up to $200,000 per location in community settings. These incentives can be combined with utility incentives for public fast charging infrastructure. Read More from NJ.gov.
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