In January 2017, California’s investor-owned utilities filed proposals with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to spend a combined $1.07 billion over the next five years to accelerate adoption of electric transportation.
The new proposals are groundbreaking in both size and scope. They also represent a shift in strategy from the utilities’ previous proposals, which targeted basic charging for passenger vehicles. If successful, the projects could demonstrate the broader potential of electrifying transportation.
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Additional Contributing Author: Scott Roulston
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