NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – The state is getting millions to install electric vehicle charging stations. Thirty-eight million dollars will come from the US Department of Transportation and be dispersed over five years.
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The state will get $5 million this year. This will help the state build a network of charging stations. Right now, New Mexico is developing an infrastructure plan to install the stations. That’s expected to be released in April.