California invests $2.9 billion to install 90.000 EV chargers by 2025

California invests $2.9 billion to install 90.000 EV chargers by 2025

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California is investing in EV charging. Almost $3 billion will be invested to accelerate the state's electric vehicle charging goals for 2025.


CEC, or California Energy Commission, announced this investment which will add 90.000 new EV chargers across the state.

They will double the current chargers already installed, which are almost 80.000.
California's target is to reach 250.000 installed EV chargers by 2025. In addition, by 2035, all new cars that will be sold must be either electric or hybrid.

The agency referred that these funds will support the faster transition to green energy, especially for heavy vehicles, like trucks, school buses, and buses, reducing the impact of pollution in the state.


White House package of 1 $trillion infrastructure bill will provide 5 billion to help states install EV chargers in highways over five years.
In conclusion, California's goal is to build enough charging infrastructure to support the growing number of Electric vehicles, which is very important for the climate change plan that they have in the state.

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