MARSHALL, MI – Eaton Corp. stakes out a major position in the electric vehicle charging station market by teaming with Murphy Oil USA Inc., which operates 1,000 discount gas stations in 22 states, primarily co-located in parking lots at Wal-Mart Supercenters. Eaton has developed two charging systems – one for fast charges, as in the Murphy collaboration, and a much larger system targeted for a variety of applications, such as commercial and government fleets, hotels and municipalities. ...

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