VW’s Electrify America Breaks Ground on EV Charging Network, Faces Scrutiny in California

By [email protected] Electrify America, the subsidiary managing Volkswagen’s $2 billion U.S. electric-vehicle charging infrastructure plan — created as part of the automaker’s court settlement for cheating on its diesel vehicle emissions tests — can now point to eight real EV chargers in and around the nation’s capital, and 50 more to come in nine more metro areas by September. It’s the first step in what could end up being the country’s largest EV charging investment to date.

But in California, the country’s biggest EV market, regulators are demanding more details before allowing the first phase of the plan to move forward, including

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