Duke, other utilities see dollar signs in becoming EV experts

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As this year’s Super Bowl viewers learned, parts of Europe are well-ahead of the U.S. in electric vehicle adoption.

Energy providers there have developed an array of services to help business customers make the switch to electric, with large utility companies such as E.ON not just installing and maintaining charging stations at businesses and employees’ homes but also advising customers on where to locate chargers and use them to manage an EV fleet.

The U.S. EV services market is not as developed by utilities, but as the federal government and major U.S. automakers step up their investment into EVs U.S. power companies like Duke and Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) are finding opportunities more enticing and harder to ignore, according to several experts on utilities and mobility strategy. 

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