Ohio plans to spend $100 million over the next five years on electric vehicle charging infrastructure and companies can begin submitting proposals for the money, Gov. Mike DeWine announced on Oct. 31st.
The plan is to add 30 charging stations that meet specific requirements by 2025. The state currently has 13 stations that support at least four direct current fast chargers with at least 150 kilowatts per port.
"Having the capability to support more electric vehicle charging stations is something we've been working on for years," DeWine said. "The development of a statewide network of charging infrastructure will enable EV travel across the state, support private sector investment, and spur even more economic development across the state."
The state said charging station development will start on interstate corridors before moving to U.S. and state routes. Once charging stations on federally required corridors are complete, the remaining money will be used for charging along additional corridors, at state tourist attractions, and in freight corridors.
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