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LOS ANGELES - ECOtality Inc., project manager of the EV Project, said it will soon announce details about the production and installation of Blink commercial charging stations, including the Blink Level 2 Pedestal Charger and the Blink DC Fast Charger. Both of these chargers are suitable for public, fleet and commercial use.

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ECOtality Expands EV Project to San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO - ECOtality, a leader in clean electric transportation and storage, has expanded the EV Project to the San Francisco Bay Area. The company was awarded a $2.87 million contract to manage the Bay Area Air Quality Management District's Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) deployment program.

Tennessee Welcomes SMART Charging Station for EVs

KNOXVILLE, TN - The Tennessee Valley Authority and the Electric Power Research Institute on Jan. 25 unveiled an electric vehicle charging station that can also make electricity from sunlight, store electricity and put electricity back in the power grid when needed.

ECOtality to Present at Clean Energy Conference

SAN FRANCISCO - ECOtality Inc., a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies, will participate in the Goldman Sachs Fifth Annual Clean Energy Conference in New York on Nov. 10-11. Jonathan Read, CEO of ECOtality, will appear on a panel titled, "Electric Vehicles: Who, What, When and Where?" on Nov. 10 at 2:45 p.m. Eastern Time.

ECOtality to Install 1,222 EV Chargers in Washington

SEATTLE - ECOtality Inc., a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies, on Oct. 26 unveiled EV infrastructure plans for the state of Washington. Plans include the installation of 1,200 Blink Level 2 and 22 Blink DC Fast Chargers throughout the Central Puget Sound and Olympia areas.

ECOtality to Help Houston Develop EV Infrastructure

SAN FRANCISCO - ECOtality Inc., a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies, announced it has entered into an agreement with Houston to help the city plan for the deployment of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

Volt, LEAF Owners to Benefit from EV Project

TEMPE, AZ - The U.S. Department of Energy has expanded the EV Project to include two new cities -- Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. -- and has broadened the offer of free home chargers to include qualified new owners of the Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle with extended-range capability.