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New York State awarded $13 million federal grant to enhance electric vehicle charging infrastructure


New York State Receives Federal Award for Electric Vehicle ⁢Infrastructure

Albany ⁣- New York⁢ State has been recognized as a national leader in the fight‌ against climate change, receiving a federal award to invest in innovation⁣ for electric vehicle infrastructure. Governor Hochul expressed her excitement, stating, “The green revolution is ⁣upon‍ us, and New ⁤York is once again leading the way.”

This federal award will enable the state to maintain its existing electric vehicle charging infrastructure while making further investments in the future of electric vehicles in the Empire State. This comes as part of the state’s climate⁤ plan, which aims to have all new passenger cars and light-duty‌ trucks sold in the state be zero emission by 2035.

New York’s commitment to sustainability and environmental protection is evident through initiatives like this, setting an⁢ example for other states to follow in the fight against climate change.

Alejandro Mendoza
Alejandro Mendoza
Alejandro Mendoza is a dedicated journalist, known for his in-depth research and commitment to truth. A graduate of Columbia University's School of Journalism, he specializes in revealing and reporting on significant local issues.
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  1. Great news for promoting sustainable transportation in New York State! This federal grant will surely help boost the development of electric vehicle charging infrastructure and encourage more people to switch to electric cars. #Sustainability #EVs

  2. Great investment in sustainable transportation! This grant will accelerate the growth of electric vehicle charging infrastructure and drive the adoption of electric cars.

  3. Uncaring – Electric cars are not practical for everyone and this grant could have been used for other important issues.


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