Solar Structure is Planted to Provide EV Charging Between Atlanta and Montgomery

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Solar Structure is Planted to Provide EV Charging Between Atlanta and Montgomery

Construction continues on first infrastructure on Mission Zero Corridor

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Tuesday, August 4, 2015 - 1:00pm

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The first piece of infrastructure on the Mission Zero Corridor is the photovoltaic for electric vehicle (PV4EV) Lift by Spotlight Solar™,  a 3,000 kw solar array, funded by Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia (KMMG) at the Georgia Visitor Information Center in West Point, GA. The solar structure will power an electric vehicle (EV) quick charging station with enough renewable electricity to charge two EVs to 80%+ power in 30-45 minutes.  

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Valerie Bennett
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Ray C. Anderson Foundation
Keywords: Environment | City of West Point | Ecotravel & Tourism | Energy | Georgia Department of Economic Development | Georgia Visitor Center | Innovation & Technology | Mission Zero Corridor | Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | Ray C. Anderson Foundation | Responsible Production & Consumption

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