[Ed: Contributor Charles Benoit is a DC commerce regulation attorney and EV enthusiast]
Tesla warned in a filing this week with the DC Public Service Commission that its clients could be excluded from cost charging in the District of Columbia. This is because Pepco, an Exelon company and the electric utility in DC, proposed to the Commission on May 13 that “any public electric vehicle charging station for which Pepco provides make-ready infrastructure must permit readily accessible charging by a wide assortment of EVs”. This would mean Tesla Superchargers would be ineligible for the electric rate that would be accessible to other private operators such as Chargepoint & EVgo.
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