How to get more electric cars in NJ? More places to plug in

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electric vehicle charging, new jersey environment news

DAVID MATTHAU / NJ 101.5 – For the past several years there’s been a lot of talk about expanding the number of electric vehicles in New Jersey but efforts to move forward on this front seem to have stalled.

According to Doug O’Malley, the director of Environment New Jersey and the president of ChargEVC, a coalition working to expand Jersey’s plug-in infrastructure, New Jersey lags behind other states when it comes to electric cars because we don’t have enough public charging stations.

“We have 6 million licensed drivers, close to 3 million registered cars and only 15,000 electric vehicles,” he said. “So we have a long way to go.” …

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