DTE plans 270,000 more EV chargers in public, low-income homes

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“DTE Energy officials said they expect more than a quarter-million additional electric vehicles on the road across southeast Michigan by 2028 and they intend to build the chargers to power them. The utility company plans to invest $145 million alongside additional private funding and federal grant dollars to collectively build 270,000 EV chargers in the coming years at public locations, as well as both single-family homes and multi-family buildings. The company will specifically target about 19,300 lower-income households in its new, proposed transportation electrification plan filed this week with state regulators.”

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