Several states plan to test inductive charging - technology embedded in the pavement that can charge electric vehicles while they’re being driven - on public roads in the next several years, one solution to the problem of how to get to zero emissions. Read more»
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Between 2015 and 2021, public charging stations for plug-in electric cars more than tripled - and with the federal government sending billions in funding for charging infrastructure, it will be up to state and local governments to help make ubiquitous electric vehicle charging a reality. Read more»
Arizona will get $109.5 million from the federal infrastructure bill this year to improve water systems in the state – a fraction of the $1.4 billion list of needs state officials say they have. Read more»