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New law curbs Georgia’s electric car sales

New law curbs Georgia's electric car sales

Georgia used policy to spur electric vehicle sales, but that changes July 1.

The state of Georgia is known for peaches and red state politics, not green-friendly policies. But in just 12 months, from March 2013 to March 2014, Georgia went from 1,469 registered electric vehicles to 10,482 — a whopping 614 percent increase. The state was second only to California’s 77,222 electric vehicles.

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