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[network] Delaware to Create Electric Vehicle Charging Network

LEWES, Del. – The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has teamed up with the University of Delaware to install a network of electric car charging stations throughout the state.
According to a DNREC press release, there will be enough chargers that no car will run out of power while driving through Delaware.
It has been a goal of the federal government for the last few years to have one million electric cars on the road by 2015. PLug-in cars, such as the Toyota Prius or Nissan Lead, do not emit air pollution or carbon dioxide.
DNREC and UD hope that by giving people locations to charge their cars, it will encourage more purchases of the electric vehicles.
Emily Merriken of Easton, MD drives a gas Prius but would have rather purchased a plug-in one. She said she often drives out to the Delaware coast and it would not have made sense to have a chargeable car.


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