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Pennsylvania gives millions to boost EV adoption

The Wolf Administration is putting $3.4 million toward building electric vehicle charging stations across the state and $2 million to EV rebates.

By Rachel McDevitt

Bellefonte is fixing some of its electric vehicle chargers, after storms fried them a second time

They could be up and running again to four to six weeks.

By Anne Danahy

Pa. among 16 states suing U.S. Postal Service over lack of electric vehicles

The lawsuits say the Postal Service violated federal law by not doing a proper environmental review under the National Environmental Policy Act

By Susan Phillips

Driving an EV in Pennsylvania: range anxiety, charging and maintenance

EVs are one solution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from transportation – which makes up a third of the country’s emissions.

By Rachel McDevitt

Federal funds set to boost Pennsylvania’s supply of highway charging stations for electric vehicles

Electric vehicle drivers in Pennsylvania could soon have more options to charge up thanks to a $5 billion program included in the bipartisan infrastructure bill.

By Kiley Koscinski/WESA

Have a question about electric vehicles? We’re going to rent one for a week. Ask us anything

EVs are one way to cut emissions that contribute to climate change. As part of our Climate Solutions collaborative, we’ll put an EV through its paces and report back.

By Rachel McDevitt

Wolf administration gives $2.7M to cleaner transportation projects, including ones powered by fossil fuels

Some environmental advocates say the program is outdated.

By Rachel McDevitt

Advocates hope federal infrastructure money will spur people to buy EVs

More EV use will be needed for the state to cut greenhouse gas emissions in line with its climate goal of an 80 percent reduction by 2050.

By Rachel McDevitt

Electric vehicles starred at the state capitol this week. One GOP lawmaker touted their economic potential

Measures to plan for the build-out of electric vehicle charging infrastructure have attracted bipartisan support in recent years, but haven’t made it to a final vote.

By Rachel McDevitt