Those drivers with electric cars who find it difficult to find spots around the Bay Area at which to charge their vehicles will be pleased that $3.9 million was just just approved by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District to increase the number of in-home and roadside electric vehicle charging stations. The public stations should be ready to go by the end of the year.

The San Jose Mercury News reports that, “The money will be distributed in the form of a rebate to Bay area residents who buy a new electric vehicle, funding 2,750 new in-home charging stations. The money will also add an additional 30 roadside stations to the more than 400 approved by the district last year.”

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