Potomac Edison recently launched a new program featuring publicly available electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, rebates for both residential and multifamily charger installations, and incentives for EV charging during off-peak hours. "EV Driven," a five-year commission-approved pilot program, will benefit the state’s environment by reducing auto emissions.
As part of the program, Potomac Edison will install 59 charging stations, including both Level 2 and DC Fast charging stations, which will be available for public use throughout its Maryland service area. Charging station installations are planned to begin in the coming weeks. Government entities interested in hosting a charging station for public use can learn more and apply at www.potomacedison.com/EVDriven.