by Jeff St. John
February 01, 2016

Two of California’s biggest utilities have finally gotten the green light to move forward on plans to deploy electric-vehicle chargers as utility infrastructure — at least, in pilot form.

Now it’s up to Southern California Edison and San Diego Gas & Electric to show that their approaches balance their role in bringing infrastructure to markets underserved by today’s EV-charging economics, while keeping the market open for non-utility actors. If they can, both utilities are hoping these pilots will lead to much larger deployments in the years ahead.

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