California Governor Jerry Brown, and California’s utility regulator,have just announced that a decade-old claim with a partner of NRG Energy, Dynegy, over power contracts during the state’s energy crisis, will turn into a $120 million settlement fund to invest in building out an electric car charging network in California.
A couple of months back we noted that as part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s $115-million EV Project, which will spend a few years analyzing if and how much folks actually charge their rides, San Francisco-based ECOtality will be plugging in electric vehicle charging stations at a handful of city-owned locations: a Fair Park parking lot, Dallas Love…
WHEN Kinne Yon, a developer, and her brother Neal Sigety were planning an environmentally friendly rental tower at 1510 Lexington Avenue a few years ago, they incorporated a charging station forelectric cars — even though there were few, if any, plug-in models available at the time.
MIAMI, Dec 8, 2011 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) — The Georgia Institute of Technology (“Georgia Tech”) and Recharge Solutions Int’l LLC (“RSI”) kicked off a unique pilot project at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center on December 5, 2011. The event featured demonstrations of the newly installed RSI level II 220 volt electric vehicle (EV) charging system and 110 volt electric fleet charging system. The RSI Systems are the first in the nation specifically designed for multi-level garages and fleets.