A United States Senate bill that would provide a further $3.6 billion in funding for plug-in vehicles has made it past the first of many hurdles toward passage. The Senate Energy Committee approved the legislation, put forward by Senator Byron Dorgan, (D-ND) that would create so-called deployment communities around the country and subsidize the purchase of electric vehicles (EVs) and the installation of infrastructure.
- Sebastian Blanco
- Jun 6, 2007
Is Sen. Dorgan trying to create a reality, or have we just learned the outcome of this month's CAFE standards hearings in the U.S. Senate?
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