Virginia To Spend $14 Million From Volkswagen Settlement On Electric-Car Charging Network (8-9-18)

A Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle is plugged into a charging station. (Rebecca Cook/Reuters)

 Virginia has picked a Los Angeles firm to build and operate a network of electric-vehicle charging stations across the commonwealth, with the state planning to use $14 million from a legal settlement with Volkswagen to cover its share of the public-private partnership.

EVgo will share the cost of building hundreds of charging stations and be allowed to keep all the revenue generated by them under the deal, which Gov. Ralph Northam announced at a news conference Thursday.

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