NC dealers ready to sell EVs – they just need buyers
Photo courtesy of North Carolina Automobile Dealers Association.
Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2023, 01:12 PM
Andrew Friedlander, Associate Editor
This week, electric utility Duke Energy unveiled an unveiled an EV charging subscription pilot program that will allow North Carolina consumers to pay a flat monthly fee to power home chargers for electric vehicles.
The next day, automaker Stellantis announced its latest partnership to provide EV charging infrastructure to help prepare its dealers for selling and servicing EVs.
Bob Glaser, president of the North Carolina Automobile Dealers Association, said he is 100% on board with both of those moves.