North Carolina OKs Duke Energy EV program, sends $56M EV pilot back to drawing board

North Carolina regulators approved a program to help Duke Energy customers install electric vehicle chargers that would accelerate adoption of low- and no-carbon transportation in the state.

But they have delayed action of a $56 million proposal by Duke Energy Carolinas and Duke Energy Progress for a second phase of pilot programs that would help the utilities design and promote policies involving electric cars, trucks and buses. But the N.C. Utilities Commission ordered Duke back to the drawing…


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