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Chicago Area Gets Wind-Powered EV Charging Station

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The Windy City area is capitalizing on its most famous attribute with a new wind-powered electric vehicle charging station.  Located in Highland Park, 30 miles outside of the city, the charging station uses electricity generated by Illinois wind farms for law firm Emalfarb Swan & Bain.

The charging station is the second in the country and cheap viagra in india the first in the continental U.S. to be powered by wind.  The other station is located in Maui, Hawaii.

The charge port was installed by Carbon Day Automotive, a distributor of the EV-charging leader Coulomb Technologies.  Carbon Day has also created a Solar Charge-Port that not only juices up EVs, but also collects, filters and recycles storm water through a Grey water filtration system for irrigation use.

via Green Car Advisor

 

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written by wowgold, February 09, 2010
The Windy City area is capitalizing on its most famous attribute with a new wind-powered electric vehicle charging station.Goodsmilies/cheesy.gif
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written by Elodie, February 09, 2010
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written by Brian Green, February 09, 2010
I'm surprised there aren't more of those vertical axis windmills around Chicago generating power. Every bit helps, including those discussed in this article. I look forward to hearing more about these improvements.
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written by Marie T, February 10, 2010
It seems like a great idea. I'd love for this to be expanded throughout more of the midwest.

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