New report outlines ways to improve electric vehicle infrastructure in R.I.

A NEW REPORT announced by state agencies on Tuesday outlines ways to improve electric vehicle infrastructure and use in Rhode Island. Pictured is the the Fidelity Investments Inc. parking garage in Smithfield, which includes a charging station for employees. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PROVIDENCE – Requiring 100% of state electricity to come from renewable sources will help incentivize the electric vehicle market and ensure the state’s fossil fuel-heavy transportation sector truly becomes decarbonized. This was among the recommendations outlined in a new report announced Tuesday and submitted to the General Assembly, detailing how the state can improve its…

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