Plug In Carolina selects Eaton Corp. to supply and support a network of public electric- vehicle refueling stations in eight South Carolina cities. The companies say the project previously was awarded to another firm but has been reassigned to Eaton, as the supplier has the ability to meet the immediate needs of the project. The program is funded by two state grants secured through the South Carolina Energy Office and will provide publicly accessible EV charging stations at locations ...
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