Two state lawmakers have proposed requiring the Florida Public Service Commission to come up with rules for a plan about electric-vehicle charging stations. Rep. David Borrero, R-Sweetwater, filed a bill (HB 737) on Wednesday that was identical to a measure (SB 920) proposed last week by Sen. Keith Perry, R-Gainesville. The bills call, in part, for a plan that “facilitates the deployment of electric vehicle charging infrastructure in a competitively neutral manner and that includes reasonable and affordable electric rates for investor-owned electric utilities that offer electric vehicle charging to the public.” As the use of electric vehicles grows, the Public Service Commission has weighed issues involving charging stations. As an example, the commission last December approved a Florida Power & Light pilot program aimed at adding charging stations. The bills are filed for consideration during the 2022 legislative session, which will start in January.