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Charging stations could cost $9,000 each

Flagship official hopes grant can cover most of cost

ANDERSON, Ind. — Chuck Staley, the president of the Flagship Enterprise Center, said it would cost less than $9,000 for each charging station he would like to put in front of the Flagship building to help test and charge electric vehicles.

The building, which is located by Interstate 69’s Exit 222, would house two or three stations. They would be the first in the city.

The stations would be available to companies who are in the electric and hybrid car industry, so they could test out their products, Staley said. The stations would also be available for use by the public.

During an Anderson Redevelopment Commission meeting on Tuesday, Staley said he has quotes from two American companies, Siemens and General Electric, for the hardware portions of the stations. Both companies charge around $4,500 for each station.

Staley has received one quote for the cost of installation, which was $4,150. He is waiting to receive a quote from a second company.


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