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California Approves $1.4B EV Infrastructure Plan

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Nov. 29, 2021—California earlier this month approved a three-year, $1.4 billion infrastructure plan to bolster the state's EV and alternative fuel cell vehicle goals.

According to California Energy Commission news release cited by Green Car Reports, just over $1 billion of the allotted funds will go directly to EV charging; $314 million will be used for light-duty vehicle chargers, and another $690 million will be used for heavier-duty vehicles.

Outside of EV charging, zero-emission vehicle manufacturing efforts will receive $244 million, hydrogen fueling infrastructure will get $77 million, ""zero-and near-zero-carbon fuel production and supply" will receive $25 million, and workforce training and development programs will receive $15 million. 

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