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March 30, 2023

Quebec adding 367 100-kilowatt charging stations at 131 sites

The Quebec government is investing nearly $60 million to increase its current network of direct current charging stations (DCS) for electric vehicles by 30 per cent to more than 1,200. In a news release, Environment Minister Benoit Charette said Monday that 367 charging stations of 100 kilowatts or more will be distributed across 131 sites in the province and will be added to Hydro-Quebec’s electric circuit network. Source

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