AmpUp receives $1.7 million to drive EV charging network in Connecticut

Policy & Regulation

The grant was awarded under State of Connecticut’s Public Utility Regulatory Authority’s ‘Innovative Energy Solutions’ program, which aims to provide grid operators with a scalable solution to balance energy demand during peak periods

California-based startup AmpUp, which is a leading EV charging operating system, announced Dec. 18 that it has been awarded up to $1.7 million in project funding by the State of Connecticut’s Public Utility Regulatory Authority (PURA) to ensure EV charging demand flexibility.

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