Heather Nelson, President of DDH client Seal Solar says Arkansans are “revved up” about new legislation (S.B. 632) which will aid in building the infrastructure needed to accelerate technology for an all-electric future.
Senate Bill 632 will create an electric vehicle infrastructure grant program for funding the construction and costs associated with installing EV charging stations throughout Arkansas.
The legislation passed in both the House and Senate by strong majorities. This bill will give Arkansas the opportunity to become a leader in the growing industry, and grow a key sector of the economy.
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