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|Thursday, September 23, 2010|
The EV project that plans to build 1,100 electric car charging stations throughout Oregon will allocate about 100 to the Eugene-Springfield area.
The stations will be installed at 400 to 500 locations around Portland, Eugene-Springfield, Salem-Keizer and Corvallis-Albany, along the I-5 corridor in the Willamette Valley.
Read more at The Register-Guard.
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