New Hampshire is one of 35 states that have had their plans for federally-funded EV charging stations approved in the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) program.

The plan is still kind of vague: For example, it says there will be a station in Concord, but at a location to be decided later with an owner to be decided later. OK! Also, it requires a 20% buy-in from states which might run afoul of the lack of forward thinking in many of New Hampshire’s more conservative and “liberty”-espousing legislators.

All of New England except Vermont have had their plans accepted. Construction could begin this year.

The federal website is here. New Hampshire’s plan (PDF) is here.

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