Dominion Installs Public Electric Car Chargers on Virginia's I-64

Dominion Virginia Power built the stations for $25,000.

Published: 24-Sep-2009

Motorists can fill'er up for free -- with electricity -- at a highway rest area in New Kent County.

That is, if the motorists are driving plug-in electric cars, of which there are few on the road.

Virginia is working with Dominion Virginia Power on the New Kent pilot project. Officials will decide this fall whether to put plug-in spots at other rest areas.

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