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Tesla drops complaint against New York state over $31 million incentive program, changes tactics

January 03, 2020 9:39 AM | Joe Moore (Administrator)

With the end of 2019 came the end to the latest bout between Tesla and the NYS Public Service Commission over what Tesla views as unfair exclusion from public money. As that particular battle draws to a close, the war isn't yet over as the Albany Business Review details:

Tesla has dropped a legal complaint against a New York state commission that was prompted by the commission's decision to cut Tesla out of a multimillion-dollar incentive program.

The electric vehicle maker is now instead petitioning for changes to the program...

Now, the company is taking a different course of action by asking for changes to the state's program. Among the proposals:

Tesla is asking for a incentive system based on how fast each individual charger is, not based on the capabilities of the charging site as a whole.

The automaker recommends adding a cap so no single operator would have more than half of the chargers receiving incentives from the state. That would help mitigate any concerns about Tesla receiving a disproportionate share of the incentives.

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