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    US Plan To Add 500,000 EV Chargers In All 50 States Gets Final Approval

    Does America need more EV chargers? Yes, it does. Will it get them? Yes, it will, thanks to an ambitious program first put forward by President Biden earlier this year to add 500,000 EV chargers along US highways and byways. Funding for the plan, which could cost up to $5 billion over several years, was approved concurrently with the Inflation Reduction Act this summer.

    According to the Associated Press, all 50 states received final approval this week to begin construction of the first nationwide network of EV charging stations. When complete, there will be at least one DC fast charger every 50 miles along America’s interstate highways as part of the Biden administration’s plan to promote widespread adoption of zero-emission cars.

    The Transportation Department said it just approved EV charger plans from the last set of 17 states, triggering the release of $1.5 billion in…

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