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Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Readiness
The manufacturing of electric vehicles (EVs) is increasing to meet President Obama’s goal to put 1 million EVs on the road in the United States by 2015. Federal, state, and local government agencies are offering financial incentives and tax breaks to motivate individuals to purchase EVs and expand charging infrastructure. In order to meet this increase in demand for EVs, San Francisco is gearing up and expanding its EV charging infrastructure. Currently, San Francisco has a number of EV charging stations in municipal garages throughout San Francisco, which are available to the public. A new Mayoral Executive Directive in San Francisco is offering free charging to the public in all current and new EV charging stations until 2013. Get Charged Up San Francisco!
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