Duke Energy to provide $300,000 in grants for electric bus charging in North Carolina

Duke Energy will provide two transit agencies in the Triangle, North Carolina area with grants totaling $300,000 for electric bus charging stations. GoTriangle, which operates in Wake, Durham and, Orange counties, will receive $100,000 to put towards the installation of two charging stations for two buses scheduled to arrive by the end of 2019. GoRaleigh will receive $200,000 towards the installation of five charging stations for five electric buses scheduled for delivery by the end of 2020.

For the past few years, Duke Energy has been providing support for charging infrastructure in North Carolina as part of a 2015 settlement with the EPA and environmental groups.

Source: Duke via Green Car Congress

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