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USA; Oregon Getting Ready for New Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Electric Vehicles and Infrastructure Program

TIGER II, Phase 2 will add 11 more EV charging stations

Give us your input! We’ve narrowed the potential sites so take a look and let us know what you think. We’re accepting comments on the survey until April 19, 2013.

Background: The TIGER II Steering Committee has selected the following 11 communities to expand the network and commence the process of evaluating potential host sites (pdf) for charging stations:

Aurora
Coos Bay
Elkton
Madras
Mill City
Redmond
Reedsport
Tangent
The Dalles
Arial;”>Warm Springs< I-5 Exit near Salem Infrastructure work continues through several programs The Oregon Department of Transportation supports several projects around the state focused on electric vehicles (EVs) and EV infrastructure, including the following: The EV Project run by ECOtality aimed at supporting widespread adoption of the technology. EV fast charge stations along Interstate 5, the West Coast's busiest north-south route, part of the West Coast Green Highway infrastructure building efforts. Tiger II Grant for EV infrastructure, funding 33 EV fast charging stations throughout Oregon, along key corridors such as Oregons coast, the Columbia Gorge and the Cascades. These and future projects are helping Oregon create a sustainable transportation system by reducing the state's reliance on imported petroleum and by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Electrification partners and resources Pacific Power and Portland General Electric are just two of the many partners creating success with ODOT. The utilities offer helpful information to their customers about EVs. PGE's EV customer information site Pacific Power's EV customer information site Source oregon.gov

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