Phase II programs include more public charging stations, electric vehicle (EV) charging for customers and electric conversion of school buses Company efforts will lead to more than 1,000 charging ports being installed in the state Make-ready and charging programs will reduce upfront costs to EV adoption and enable customer choice

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Following six months of stakeholder input, Duke Energy recently filed an additional $56 million proposal of Phase II programs to continue the advancement of transportation electrification in North Carolina.

The filing follows the November 2020 N.C. Utilities Commission (NCUC) order approving the company’s $25 million Phase I electric transportation pilot program.

In its earlier order, the NCUC instructed Duke Energy to work with the

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