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Charging stations spark push for renewable energy

New Melones Reservoir is now the site of a groundbreaking effort by the Bureau of Reclamation to test the waters of green energy use.
Starting Tuesday, April 1, the bureau made two state-of-the-art charging stations available to the public in order to charge electric vehicles that may visit the reservoir.
“New Melones was proactive in agreeing to take on this project,” said Margaret Gidding, spokeswoman for the bureau. “We asked for two units similar to a pilot project to see how much use (and) interest we get.”
The units are, in fact, the first-ever charging stations installed at any Bureau of Reclamation facility and one will be located at Glory Hole Recreation Area’s Ironhorse Campground in Calaveras County. The other will be at Tuttletown Recreation Area’s Lupine Day Use Area.


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