Gallery: San Francisco to Allow Electric Vehicle Owners to Juice Up for...

 

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee just announced that electric vehicle charging will be made available free of charge in city-owned parking garages and at San Francisco International Airport until the end of 2013. San Francisco city officials are hoping that free charging will nudge vehicle-owners into the electric market — if you know you can charge up for free when you’re not at home, life is a little easier. Each charge is estimated to cost the city about $3 and with 2,750 new chargers going in — 30 of which will be “fast charge” stations — this program could end up being quite the investment in the city’s clean transportation future.

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  1. ajdorsey May 11, 2011 at 12:13 pm

    Welcome California to voting Democrat. But yet you continue to love them. Way to go!

  2. caeman May 11, 2011 at 12:09 pm

    This just in! Rich people given stuff for free while the poor and middle class suffer high gas prices and have to choose between buying food or driving to work.

    Back to you Bob.

  3. lazyreader May 11, 2011 at 8:55 am

    So the city of San Francisco is giving free electricity to those privileged few who can afford electric cars. And the few electric cars that do exist in the city are doing relatively little to improve the cities air quality. They’d be better off giving free oil changes and engine tune ups to auto drivers because those procedures would actually help with fuel economy and improving air quality.

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