While I was on vacation, New Hampshire released an RFP (Request for Proposals) to build an

@NH_OSI and the @nhdes have released an RFP for an electric vehicle charging stations along high-travel routes.

NHPR notes that they “may or may not be free to use.” and “would feature a mix of two kinds of chargers — Level 2 stations that take a few hours or less to fill a car’s battery, and Direct Current Fast Charging or DCFC stations that can take less than 30 minutes. “

If all goes well, they’ll be operating by the end of 2020. The state’s paying for it with money from the VW Dieselgate settlement.

NH fast-charging corridors map

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