Electric vehicle charging stations get a boost in juice   

Tags: Avista Utilities, Video, Electricity

charge video
Post by Dan Kolbet

Today the Spokesman-Review published an article about Avista’s plan to upgrade our three electric vehicle charging stations in Spokane. Check out “Plugged into the future.” We’ve got one at Avista’s HQ on Mission, one at Spokane City Hall and the last one is at the Steam Plant downtown.

The plan is to upgrade the stations from 120 volts to 240 volts, speeding charge time and convenience. As more electric vehicles find their way to our streets, stations like these are likely to become more common.

The video above is from last April when the stations were first installed. Thought you might like another look.
Posted by  System Account  on  3/2/2011
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