NJ BPU Outlines ‘Shared Responsibility’ EV Plan September 24, 2020By Rich Heidorn Jr.By Rich Heidorn Jr.New Jersey regulators approved a “shared responsibility” model for building a public electric vehicle charging network involving utilities and private investors. | Center for Sustainable Energy Tell us who you are,get 2 free articles each month. What do you want to know?Want a free trial instead? Click here.Already convinced? View pricing and plans.Already a subscriber? Log in here. Additional news on this topic:Utilities Pledge to Build Largest EV Charging NetworkSix Midwestern energy companies have banded together in the hopes of developing America’s largest interstate electric vehicle charging network by the end of 2022. | EvergyNJ BPU Conference Addresses FRR, AlternativesThe New Jersey BPU held a technical conference to consider whether it should remain in PJM’s capacity market or go on its own through the FRR alternative. | © RTO InsiderNew Jersey BPU OKs 2nd Offshore Wind SolicitationThe New Jersey Board of Public Utilities voted to seek 1,200 to 2,400 MW in its second solicitation for offshore wind, continuing efforts to meet a goal of 7,500 MW by 2035. | NJBPU Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.