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Lawmakers told state must plan for more electric vehicles


October 20, 2019

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — When it comes to electric vehicles, the Cherokee Nation, along with Oklahoma and the rest of the world, is charging toward the future.

Three electric buses being built for the Cherokee Nation will soon be used to take students to and from Sequoyah High School in Tahlequah, and adults to and from Cherokee businesses and other spots on routes between Tahlequah, Stilwell, Catoosa and West Siloam Springs. The tribe already has invested in two smaller electric vehicles and in two solar-powered EV charging stations, and Secretary of Natural Resources Chad Harsha said additi...

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