Posts Tagged charging stations

Washington Power Company To Expand Charging Stations

Avista, an eastern Washington-based utility company, is requesting approval from the state to expand charging stations. The plan is to build 265 stations over the next 2 years. The project will cost about $3.1 million. Stations will go in homes, work places, and at public locations. It has not yet…

8 months ago by Steven Loveday 6

Des Moines Gets Its First Tesla Charging Stations

The Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites in Des Moines, near Jordan Creek Town Center, has added 3 charging stations to its property. Two of the stations are dedicated Tesla Connectors. The other is a standard vehicle charging station. The hotel was able to acquire the Tesla Connectors through the company’s…

11 months ago by Steven Loveday 11

Consumer Watchdog Petitions California Utility Commission To Reject PG&E’s Charging Station Build-Out Proposal

Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s dreams of quadrupling California’s electric car charging infrastructure have met significant resistance. Basically, the naysayers don’t believe that a utility company should have power/control over charging stations and the electricity provided.  They’re also concerned that PG&E might not have the consumer’s best interests in mind. …

2 years ago by Eric Loveday 14

Malaysia To Get 300 Public Charging Stations

Of course, without a charging network, there’s like to be few electric cars on the roads. To facilitate the sales/use of EVs, Malaysia will install 300 public charging stations this year alone.  As FMT News reports: “A National Electric Mobility Action Plan has been approved to promote and encourage use of electric…

2 years ago by Mike Anthony 1