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Greensboro unveils solar-powered electric vehicle chargers

The city's department of transportation is installing the charging stations starting May 21.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Electrical vehicle drivers will have two new charging stations in downtown Greensboro.  

The City's department of transportation announced it will install solar-powered electric vehicle charging stations. The stations will go in two of the city-owned parking lots 

One will be in the City-County parking lot at 201 South Eugene Street. The other will be at the corner of East Washington Street and South Davie Street.  

A Clean Fuel Advanced Technology grant from the North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center provided the stations. The $122,000 grant was meant to help reduce the amount of transportation-related emissions in NC counties. 

The city says they plan to have the chargers operational by May 22. 

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