- Apr 8, 2019 7:41 pm GMT
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Several states have passed legislation requiring utilities to submit investment proposals to their regulators to accelerate transportation electrification. However, Duke Energy has gone a step further. Last week the utility proposed a $76 million program in North Carolina that is said to be the largest investment in electric vehicle infrastructure among utilities in the Southeast. Will entering the EV market help utilities make up for losses due to energy efficiency and private rooftop solar?