Paul Hanna, fleet and facilities supervisor for the City of Olympia, washes off a Nissan Leaf all-electric car in 2013. The state recently announced plans to spend $1 million to build charging stations along some of Washington’s busiest highways.
Paul Hanna, fleet and facilities supervisor for the City of Olympia, washes off a Nissan Leaf all-electric car in 2013. The state recently announced plans to spend $1 million to build charging stations along some of Washington’s busiest highways. Tony Overman Staff file, 2013
Paul Hanna, fleet and facilities supervisor for the City of Olympia, washes off a Nissan Leaf all-electric car in 2013. The state recently announced plans to spend $1 million to build charging stations along some of Washington’s busiest highways. Tony Overman Staff file, 2013

Charging stations for electric cars coming to state’s busiest highways

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