$12 Million Program Includes 50 EV Charging Stations
Georgia Power is preparing a $12 million incentive programs for electric vehicles that’s to include money for both commercial operators and consumers, as well as a network of 50 public access charging stations.
The utility will offer commercial landlords incentives of $500 for the installation of a 240-volt Level 2 EV charger and $250 for Level 1 100-volt units.
Residential customers will be able to apply for $250 for Level 2 units.
Workplace Chargers for Georgia Power
Georgia Power’s new public EV charging stations will, include both Level 2 and DC fast chargers. Installations are to begin in the second quarter of 2015. Users will have to pay for the electricity.
“Georgia Power will also install similar charging islands at its buildings and facility for use by employees and the general public,” according to a report by Urvaksh Karkala in the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
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Source: Published report with Fleets & Fuels follow-up