How Did A Small Illinois Town End Up With 300 Plug-In Cars?

Stephen Edelstein, writing for Green Car Reports:

The Mitsubishi i-MiEV is a common sight in Normal, which is home to the Mitsubishi plant that produces a gasoline model from the Japanese maker.

Normal used federal grant money to buy 48 240-Volt Level 2 charging stations and one DC quick-charging station, which uses the CHAdeMO standard.

In addition to the town-owned stations, Normal also leases four of Tesla Motors’ Supercharger quick-charging stations from Tesla Motors.

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