The auto industry believes
that 90 percent of the charging
will start at home. But people
will want to go further than
the 100 miles the all-electric
2011 Leaf—which has no
gasoline option to fall back
on—will take them.
car-charging stations and as many as 2,600 by the end of
2012. And NRG Energy—without any federal assistance
at all—plans to create a network of charging stations in
Houston and other major cities in 13 states that have
deregulated their retail electricity markets. The Houston
stations are expected to be in place by mid-2011.
Around the world, regulations for ethanol blended fuel
continue to change. As North American’s leading
manufacturer of fiberglass storage systems, ZCL Composites
is one step ahead. All ZCL Prezerver tanks are compatible for
up to 100% ethanol.
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Where will all these charging stations be located?
Non-traditional vehicle refueling retailers are getting
into the act. Walgreens will install charging stations at 18
locations in Houston as part of the NRG program. Meijer’s
Enhanced Protection Program
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