Sunday, March 13, 2011

EV Project arrives in Oregon with free charging stations for electric cars

     The first of the free residential electric car charging stations has arrived in Portland, in the second week of February, 2011. David Hopper of Beaverton was the first Oregonian to recieve the charging station, compliments of the EV Project. According to the article, there are already 29 charging stations in the state of Oregon, and the EV project will be adding 1,150 more.  When consumers sign up for the EV project they receive the residential car charging station for free. With up to 7,500 in federal tax credits, consumers in this project could purchase the brand new all electric Nissan Leaf for $26,000.00. For the full article, please click on the link below.

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