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Regulatory work behind 1 million EV push in full swing in Illinois

Utility-driven beneficial electrification plans filed; new EV coordinator hired

Posted on August 5, 2022

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Ten months after Illinois lawmakers passed the Climate and Equitable Jobs Act which set a goal of putting 1 million electric vehicles on state roads by the end of the decade, state agencies are engaged in a flurry of regulatory planning aimed at meeting those goals.

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