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New York to install 450 charging stations for electric cars

New York needs more electric vehicles on the streets. The US state will now fund new charging stations and look into grants.

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In spite of New York's long-held status as one of the largest markets for electric cars in the US, the state has not been particularly active in the expansion of the infrastructure for electric vehicles. But now, things are set to change.

According to the New York State Energy Research & Development Agency (NYSERDA), the state's Governor, Andrew M. Cuomo, will now launch a campaign to make it more attractive for residents and commuters in New York to utilize electric cars.

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