As the state emerges as a leader in electric transportation, it’s grappling with unique challenges from its geography.
Several utilities are testing new programs and technology to encourage drivers to fill up batteries during off-peak hours.
A new state law allows charging station operators to resell electricity without being regulated as a public utility.
State officials are expected to award funding this month for several dozen public electric vehicle charging stations.
The Michigan utility issued 127 rebates in the first two months of its three-year, $10 million pilot program.