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San Francisco and Portland Race to Build First EV Grid
Posted By Trey Farmer On April 30, 2009 @ 4:00 pm In automotive,Green Transportation,Innovation,New York City,San Francisco | 1 Comment
The Mayor of the fine city of San Francisco has a bit of blogger in him. Just yesterday Mayor Gavin Newsom wrote a guest post on our favorite beyond petroleum blog gas2.0 , kicking off the race to build the first electric vehicle grid  in the US! Newsom’s post  is a response to Portland’s Mayor Sam Adams’ move to be the first city to implement a EV charging infrastructure to support a city of gas free cars. Gas 2.0 has said it best: The EV wars have begun ! This is exactly the kind of civic pride and commitment coupled with healthy competition that is necessary to push electric vehicles along to new places – pay attention Chicago, Austin, Boston, and New York! Don’t let these west coasters have all the fun, jump in and let’s see what we can do. Game on!
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 Image: http://www.inhabitat.com/?p=26674
 gas2.0: http://gas2.org/
 electric vehicle grid: http://www.inhabitat.com/2008/12/10/better-place-vehicle-network-expanding-quickly/
 Newsom’s post: http://gas2.org/2009/04/29/the-race-to-an-ev-future-being-first-to-an-electric-vehicle-grid/
 The EV wars have begun: http://gas2.org/2009/04/07/its-on-portland-and-san-francisco-battle-for-electric-car-domination/
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