by Jeremy Moule
A state agency announced this afternoon that it's awarding $3.6 million toward 260 electric vehicle charging stations, which will be installed across New York.
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority sent out a press release breaking down the awards, which are going to various companies. Only a couple of summaries mention specific locations in Rochester: 10 stations will go in at the Frito-Lay facility for charging fleet vehicles, and three will be installed on the RIT campus for student and staff use. Other summaries include generic information about installing stations across the state at places such as hotels or shopping plazas.
The press release was sent out by Governor Andrew Cuomo's office.