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The New Jersey Partnership to Plug-In

On June 3, 2019, Governor Murphy announced the New Jersey Partnership to Plug-in, a first-of-its-kind, statewide partnership to build out the necessary infrastructure to support electric vehicles in New Jersey. The Partnership aligns state agency roles through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that requires the goals of the partnership be incorporated in the RGGI Strategic Funding Plan, and directs the Agencies to use the RGGI funds, to extent authorized by law and regulation, to further the MOU goals.

Coordination With Efforts of the Board of Public Utilities, the Department of Environmental Protection, and the Economic Development Authority

“The New Jersey Partnership to Plug-In ensures that we are working collaboratively across state agencies and with our private sector partners, to not only meet, but exceed our goal of registering 330,000 electric vehicles in New Jersey by 2025,” said Governor Murphy. “This new initiative is part of our broader effort to make renewable energy solutions work for everyone in New Jersey.”

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DEP TO USE FIRST ROUND OF VOLKSWAGEN SETTLEMENT FUNDS FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS, NJ TRANSIT ELECTRIC BUSES

Moving forward on its commitment to clean transportation, the Department of Environmental Protection is transmitting to the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust for approval the allocation of $11.2 million from New Jersey’s share of the federal Volkswagen settlement for hundreds of electric-vehicle charging outlets across the state and new electric NJ TRANSIT buses in the City of Camden, Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe announced today.

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Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

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