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Similar programs have been piloted in Los Angeles and the following YouTube video shows an example of how utility pole chargers work in Melrose, Massachusetts.
Charger locations will be selected based on the following criteria “City Light will select charger locations through an opt-in process. Residents can request a charger in front of their homes if the location meets the program requirements. City Light will evaluate each request based on predefined criteria and choose the locations that best support the equity and environmental goals of the Transportation Electrification Strategic Investment Plan. The utility will solicit input from neighboring property owners for each proposed location. City Light will not install the charging station if more than 50% of the neighboring property owners voice opposition.”
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