VALPARAISO | Experts in alternative energies will present best practices and recommendations to increase the use of electric motor vehicles at a May 22 forum.
A national developer of electric vehicle charging station networks said Thursday it received a contract from NIPSCO to lead a market study that will help determine ideal locations for publicly available charging posts.
Electric vehicles are as few and far between in Northwest Indiana as the charging stations that power them.
After Valparaiso resident David Garfin finished whipping a white plug-in hybrid sedan around curves in Northfield, Ill., he wondered what took so long.
Electric vehicles like the new Chevy Volt are as few and far between in Northwest Indiana as the charging stations that power them. But environmental advocates and the Northern Indiana Public Service Co. are prepping for time when greener vehicles will be on region roadways.
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