San Jose to install hybrid plug-in stations

6 Jan

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From South Bay News

About a dozen public plug-in ChargePoint stations will be rolling out in San Jose in the coming weeks. There are already three in downtown near city hall. Later on Tuesday there will be a city announcement about these from the mayor of San Jose and the company who builds this plug-in vehicle charging infrastructure.!

This is a great step forward for the city and will hopefully pave the way for stations like these all over North America. I know that Hybrids aren’t that popular up in Toronto, but we usually take are cues from California. I hope to see these up here in the next couple of years. Hell, it’s way cheaper than gas and cuts down on emmisions ten fold.

Way to go San Jose!

One Response to “San Jose to install hybrid plug-in stations”

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