With the Nissan Leaf set to launch in Oregon this year, a survey asks where hundreds of electric-car charging stations should be installed.
400-500 stations are being planned for the Portland, Salem, Corvallis and Eugene areas.
[David Mayfield, the Portland-based EV project manager], wants to get suggestions on station locations from people who plan on buying the first Leafs. The likely car buyers can share their views by e-mailing him or participating in an online survey.
“I would very much like to have people who are signing up for the Leaf to contact me and tell me where they think — with their traveling behavior — where they would be likely to plug in a public space,” he said.
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