TALLAHASSEE – The White House on Wednesday approved plans that will free up roughly $71.5 million for electric-vehicle charging stations in Florida. Florida’s Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Deployment Plan was among 35 plans that the Biden administration approved under a federal program. ”
Making electric vehicle charging accessible to all Americans is critical to achieving a transportation sector that improves our environment and lessens our dependence on oil and gas,” U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm said in a prepared statement.The Federal Highway Administration said about $900 million in federal funding is expected to result in a half-million charging stations across 53,000 miles of
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