EV.energy receives a $41 million grant from California Energy Commission

Policy & Regulation

In 2024, EV.energy will launch Phase 1 of the ChargeWise program with MCE, Silicon Valley Clean Energy, Peninsula Clean Energy and Southern California Edison

UK-based electric vehicle charging software company EV.energy has been selected for the California Energy Commission's (CEC's) competitive Responsive, Easy Charging Products With Dynamic Signals (REDWDS) grant to deploy up to $41 million of public funding to make affordable EV charging available for EV owners across California, US, the company announced Feb. 21.

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