Electric-vehicle chargers are seen at SMUD in August 2014 in Sacramento. The state on Tuesday launched a $2 million financing program that provides incentives to small-business owners and landlords to install electric-vehicle charging stations.
Electric-vehicle chargers are seen at SMUD in August 2014 in Sacramento. The state on Tuesday launched a $2 million financing program that provides incentives to small-business owners and landlords to install electric-vehicle charging stations. Brian Nguyen Sacramento Bee file
Electric-vehicle chargers are seen at SMUD in August 2014 in Sacramento. The state on Tuesday launched a $2 million financing program that provides incentives to small-business owners and landlords to install electric-vehicle charging stations. Brian Nguyen Sacramento Bee file

$2 million financing program to boost electric-vehicle charging stations

June 09, 2015 10:22 AM

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