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Fred Meyer adding EV chargers

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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Fred Meyer announced the company will be adding electric vehicle charging stations at stores along the Interstate 5 corridor that hosts the Electric Highway.

Working with ECOtality Inc., Fred Meyer will install Blink charging stations at nine Fred Meyer locations, most of them near I-5, by the end of summer 2012.
Officials at the company said one Level 2 charging station, which takes several hours to deliver a full charge, and one DC Fast Charger, which can give a full charge in less than 30 minutes, will be installed at stores in East Salem, Tualatin, Tigard, Sunset, Sandy and Salmon Creek locations. Two Level 2 chargers will be installed at Oregon City, Mill Plain and Gateway stores.

Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.

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