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Smart Columbus offers cash for builders of apartments, condos to add vehicle-charging stations

mart Columbus is offering $175,000 to builders of apartments and condominiums in central Ohio to install electric-vehicle charging stations.

It’s the organization’s second round of funding. Earlier this year, Smart Columbus awarded $170,000 to help fund charging stations at 16 complexes.

The money comes from the $10 million grant that the Paul G. Allen Philanthropies awarded to Columbus as the winner of the Smart Cities Challenge. Columbus also won $40 million from the federal government by winning the Smart Cities Challenge.


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