On average, the Level 1 or 2 electric vehicle charging stations in the federally backed EV Project were accessed just once every five days during the fourth quarter of 2012.
Ecotality, the administrator of the large scale EV Project network of electric car chargers, announce plans to offer free chargers to select participants in three major cities.
The EV Project and Ecotality announce that Walmart will install electric vehicle charging stations at Walmart stores in California, Oregon and Washington.
A Portland, Ore., Fred Meyer store gets the first Blink fast-charge station deployed as part of the Ecotality-run EV Project.
Houston is the latest city to become part of Ecotality’s EV charging network, with 200 charging stations deployed over the next several months.
Tennessee residents could qualify for a $2,500 rebate on a Nissan Leaf – but only if they get the fast-charge option and participate in the EV Project.
Get a dresser (or a table, or a chair, or a bed) and a charge: IKEA says at least 10 of its stores will have EV charging stations installed by Ecotality.
The EV Project continues to deploy charging stations in San Diego and Nashville under the management of Ecotality, but is still far from its stated goals.
The city of Seattle has thirty more electric charging stations now available at Qwest Field and in the neighborhood of South Lake Union.
Macy’s has announced that it will install Ecotality electric vehicle charging stations at six locations in the San Diego, California area.
Ecotality’s EV Project continues its nationwide roll out of its residential charging station installations as it comes to Tucson, Arizona.