EVCS receives $1.88 million from the California Energy Commission to install 247 EV chargers

Policy & Regulation
ATI News Team

EVCS will use the funds received to install two DC fast chargers and 245 Level 2 chargers at multiunit dwellings in Southern California

US-based electric vehicle charging network operator EVCS announced October 24 that it has been awarded $1.88 million from the California Energy Commission's (CEC's) Reliable, Equitable, and Accessible Charging for multifamily Housing (REACH) program.

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