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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Oregon's First Nissan Fast Charger

The Oregon Electric Highway Expands with Addition of Nissan Faster Charger at the State Capital

On Thursday, June 13, at 1 PM, Governor Kitzhaber will be joined by representatives from Portland General Electric, Nissan North America, and IBEW will dedicate a new Nissan DC Quick Charging (DCQC) Station and two Blink Level 2 EV charging stations at the State Street entrance of the Oregon State Capitol building in Salem. The site is officially part of the Oregon Electric Highway due to its proximity to US Highway 99 and Oregon Highway 22 and their nearby connections with Interstate 5.

The DCQC station was donated by Nissan, with installation donated by IBEW Salem Local 280.

You are invited to attend and show your support for additional EV charging in Oregon!

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