Utility demand charges are hurting the business case for installing high-speed vehicle chargers, a report says.
A new city ordinance requires larger multifamily buildings to offer at least two charging-ready spaces for electric vehicles.
The first round of spending includes $1.7 million to install 66 chargers at 22 sites outside of the Twin Cities metro area.
The collaboration, which also includes installing public charging stations, aims to make electric transportation more accessible.
Sacramento’s municipal utility will use blockchain software to track rewards for customers who charge with solar power.