Driving along Interstate 5 is about to get a whole lot greener. The Oregon Department of Transportation is putting eight fast-charging stations for electric cars along the highway this year.
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#1 Jun 3, 2011
"The project costs around $700,000 and will be paid for with federal stimulus money."
To be "green," add to the deficit, be politically correct, progressive, and open-minded, and promote mindless sysmbolism.
Just more of the status quo!
Just where does everyone think all that electricity comes from to charge those cars? YES...from "fish-killing" dams and coal-choking generation (tic) LOL
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