On May 4th, the Florida PUC approved a $62.9 million EV charging program for Duke Energy Florida. The program includes a Commercial/ Industrial Rebate Program for Level 2 and DCFC rebates for use cases including the public, MUDs, workplaces, fleets, schools, transit vehicles, fleets, and off-road vehicles (forklifts and eTRU). The program also approves Duke to own and operate DC fast charging stations at 100 sites, expanding their existing utility-owned DCFC network. In addition, the program includes incentives for non-residential charging stations to encourage off-peak charging. The program was approved as proposed in the 2021 Settlement Agreement.