Environment, Salem, TRANSPORTATION

Legislature looking to the future of fueling vehicles

The Oregon Capitol building in Salem. Photo: Chas Hundley

A bill that appears to be fast-tracked by a recommendation from the Senate Committee on Energy and Environment would allow public utilities such to charge consumers for the cost of supplying new electric vehicle charging stations with power and allow public utility companies to recover those costs through consumers.

Senate Bill 314A authorizes the Oregon Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to permit public . . .

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