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Charging your Fisker Ocean State-by-State

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Sean Callahan
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Found this kind of interesting for those that plan to use third-party charging stations with their Fisker Ocean. There is an EV infrastructure deployment plan state-by-state. It appears all states have already submitted a plan and over half are approved by the U.S. DOT. 

Each report varies by state, but here is a high-level overview for California:

California is committed to reducing emissions from the transportation sector by increasing the adoption of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs). Through legislation, regulatory action, and Executive Orders, California is making the transition across market segments ranging from passenger cars to heavy-duty trucks. To support widespread adoption of electric vehicles (EV), California is striving to deploy 250,000 public and shared private electric vehicle chargers by 2025 and forecasts the need for 1.2 million chargers by 2030 for light-duty vehicles and 157,000 chargers for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles. The light-duty target includes public chargers that are available at parks, shopping centers, hotels, public buildings, etc., and shared private electric vehicle chargers, such as those at workplaces and multi-unit dwellings.

https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/nevi/ev_deployment_plans/

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