This article was originally published in the Daily Energy Insider.
By: Kevin Randolph
Kentucky Utilities Company (KU) recently unveiled a new electric vehicle (EV) charging station in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.
The facility is the ninth publicly accessible station launched as part of the KU and its Louisville Gas and Electric Company (LG&E) Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program. Through the utilities’ Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program, eligible customers can host electric vehicle charging stations at their locations for public or private use.
“We’re excited to offer this service in Elizabethtown because it provides another publicly-accessible option for EV drivers, which helps to ease charging anxiety between charging locations,” David Huff, director of Energy Efficiency and Emerging Technologies for KU and LG&E, said. “Offering this program gives us an opportunity to learn more about electric vehicle technology and the interests and needs of EV drivers.”
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