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Report: New England’s embrace of electric vehicles, infrastructure

Vermont, according to the report, came in fifth and has a strong per capita charging infrastructure deployment and light-duty and heavy-duty EV registrations. The state scored 12 points on planning and goals; 14 points for incentives; 5.5 points for system efficiency; 7 points for grid optimization; 18.5 points for outcomes for an overall score of 57.

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Report: New Hampshire tops in the nation in good roads

New Hampshire not only has the best roads and the smallest cost per mile for construction, but the Granite State is also tops in New England for quality of roads, as well. New Hampshire spends just $9.82 per mile for highway construction, while Vermont spends $10.64, and Maine $10.84.